- July 30th, 2012
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The Ms. Wheelchair USA pageant crowned Tasha Schuh of Wisconsin as this year’s winner earlier this month. The pageant celebrates the beauty, community service and capabilities of women across the country with disabilities. Schuh, 31, a C5-6 quadriplegic, hopes to empower other disabled women across America with her example and positive attitude as this year’s winner. The pageant has crowned winners for several years, giving often overlooked and undervalued women their moment in the spotlight. The Today in America with Terry Bradshaw show, a cable television program that runs on cable outlets across the United States, congratulates Ms. Schuh on her victory and hopes she can continue to serve as an inspiration to all of us for many years to come.
The Today in America television program explores inspiring and encouraging stories in all parts of the United States and Canada. Today in America reviews stories and anecdotes of achievement, progress, economic development and business success throughout society, spotlighting businesses and cities in all areas of the country. It features episodes about advances in medical technology, medical breakthroughs and more, and encouraging segments about innovations across the economy.
The Today in America TV show, hosted by long-time sportscaster Terry Bradshaw, runs on many cable channels and networks across the country.