The Few, The Proud, The QuirkyPickle Queens are the last to leave the party and the first to arrive.
We can stand up for ourselves, but know the power of an entourage. We appreciate men, love our kids, believe in our community and have the confidence to laugh at ourselves at the end of the day.
Can’t dance, can’t sing, but she can talk 16 women into wearing red wigs and tiaras, so we don’t mess with her. And we’re kind of worried about what she’ll do next.
She’s a mild-mannered lady, but don’t mess with this sweet little queen. She’s raised a couple of Marines and she can take care of you, too!
With a big Texas smile and a heart to match, Queen Beckie is as pretty as a Lone Star sunset. But this cute little queen can pull on her boots and outwork every man in town.
Graceful Queen Carmen is the accessory queen. Wherever she is, she’s sure to shine. Watch this bling queen shake her tailfeather.
Sweet Queen Cindy is the nicest of us all, but pour a couple of margaritas or bloody Marys in her and watch her spin.
She’s a vicious grammar guardian who will smile sweetly at you while explaining that you have the language skills of a 4-year-old.
Whether she’s wrangling a pickle-eating contest or a classroom of kids, this cool-as-a-cucumber queen has got it all under control.
Our Queen Jan is a lady of many talents, from running a restaurant to mixing up a margarita, Queen Jan is there to do it with Texas style.
Queen June can fry up a mess of pickles or ride herd on a rowdy crowd. Under that soft Southern exterior, she’s a steel magnolia with spurs.
This is one spicy Pickle Queen with a heart for animals, 6-foot dancing Cajuns and slinging beads.
She looks like a Disney princess, but Queen Michaela can wrangle twins and a black-belt karate master, whip up a cake and make her own dress.
She may be tiny, but this little Cajun queen knows how to throw a party and sling some beads with some Louisiana spice.
Smart and witty, Queen Rhonda leads a respectable, responsible life, until she dons her royal pickle bling and takes her rightful place as the queen she is.
Good Queen Sheri has a bark bigger than her bite, but her bark is pretty big. She can take a float apart, wrangle a pack of Cub Scouts and line up a parade.