Apply Today to be Part of the 2020 Miss Jet Jam Girls

You gotta give it to the Hydro-Turf Jet Jam for wanting to bring back the classics to jet ski racing! Back 20 years ago, there wasn’t an event – especially around Lake Havasu – without one, and now Jet Jam is bringing it back at the first round of racing, this coming March 28th at the Nautical Inn in Lake Havasu, AZ.

The winner of the “Red Bikini Contest” will be crowned Ms. Jet Jam and will represent the race organization in a special photoshoot and magazine advertisement. Plus, there’s gonna be a whole bunch of other swag thrown at ya, so make sure to read all about the contest in the original post below:

Who wants to be part of the 2020 Miss Jet Jam Girls? So excited to be adding this fun event during a day of racing! Read info below for rules.


  1. Post your photos and short bio. *must be public. 10 photos max. I entry max.
  2. Tag @jetjamracing and @jetjamracingbikinicontest *by tagging us you are giving us permission to repost your bio and pictures*
  3. Top 10 girls with the most likes will move on to the red bikini contest March 28th at Round 1 of racing tour. At the Nautical Inn in Lake Havasu, AZ.
  4. Final round contestants will have a soft glam makeup done by the awesome @alyss_beauty *all contestants will provide their own bikini.
  5. Winner will win some cash and some swag. Professional photoshoot by @kdwphotos a boudoir photoshoot by @_jmstudio, spray tans by @tashaspinkcloset . A photo in @proridermagazine in Jet Jam article. Top 5 will also win some swag from @budlight #AWSA @coycoyswimwear, JetJam and more. Top 5 winners will be asked to come and promote during our races at the nautical.

    If you have any questions, please ask. If you do not have an Instagram and still would like to enter. You can message me your bio and photos and I will add your entry.

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Kevin Shaw

Kevin Shaw

Editor-in-Chief – Kevin Shaw is a decade-long powersports and automotive journalist whose love for things that go too fast has led him to launching The Watercraft Journal. Almost always found with stained hands and dirt under his fingernails, Kevin has an eye for the technical while keeping a eye out for beautiful photography and a great story.

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