An audience of more than 300 people watched as the contestants competed in four categories: creativity, swimwear, talent and a Q&A segment. The judges were NBS 5’s Deborah Ferguson, WBAP’s Steve Lamb, Dallas ISD Trustee Dr. Edwin Flores, W.T. White’s own Ramona Ford and Lee Jones, operation manager for Men’s Warehouse, which donated the guys’ tuxedos.
The Mr. W.T. White crown went to Marvin Melendez who performed a rendition of “Crazy Little Thing Called Love.” He walked away with a $500 college scholarship. The first runner-up was Alex Madere, awarded a $250.
Ruben Rios won the Mr. Congeniality award. Runners up were Jonathan Lopez and Steven Perez, respectively.
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