Braxton Ott Represents Boulder City Culture

Master Braxton Ott may only be eighteen months old, but he’s already doing wonderful things. For one, he’s been crowned Mr. Multicultural Las Vegas for 2022. He accepted his title last November and since then, he’s worked on his campaign of demonstrating human kindness and giving back to the community. He, along with his parents of course, collects and donates children’s clothing and food, especially donating baby food to the local Boulder City Food Pantry for those in need.

Braxton Off was born on November 7, 2020 at St. Rose Hospital in Henderson to Tasha Towne and Brandon Ott. Last summer, he was in the local water babies class and several others suggested that he consider modeling. He plans to expand that focus to print modeling, television and film projects, as well as continuing his pageant experiences where he can help others! Braxton is of German ancestry with some Mohawk Native American from his mother’s side of the family. For more about the Multicultural Kids Pageants representing all types of nationalities and backgrounds, click HERE.

Braxton will be competing in Chicago this July 2022 and he would appreciate some community support from his hometown to help him and his family get to the pagent. This will be his first out-of-state competition. You can find out more by going to his Linktree here: CLICK HERE. You’ll find a sponsorship letter there and ways to keep up with this young man’s busy schedule! There’s also a link to vote for him in various contests.

Braxton loves music and dancing and also likes to sing. He has several musical instruments at home that he is learning to play. His favorite foods are french fries, chicken nuggets, and bread. His favorite television show is Bluey and his favorite film is Mitchell vs The Machine. He loves animals, especially dogs and cats. He is an only child. He hopes to continue his modeling career and eventually work in television or film as an actor. As he gets older, he will be able to decide what activities he prefers, but he’s having a great time right now, meeting other people and sharing his platform to support other children.

We wish Braxton all the best at his upcoming competition and hope our wonderful community will step up and help him get to Chicago for competition. In the mean time, Braxton continues his philanthropic efforts to support young people. That makes him a king in our eyes! Go Braxton!

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