Friday, July 5, 2013

Suzuki Miss Jamaica World Fast Track Events reveal first two Top 10 Finalists

Suzuki Miss Jamaica World Contestants Jenaae Jackson, Miss Huawei Technologies Jamaica and Jessica Campbell, Miss French Connection Events are the first two of five contestants to be awarded automatic placement into the Top 10 Finalists of the 2013 Pageant. 

The announcement of each was made at the Suzuki Miss Jamaica World Beach Beauty and Model Competitions held at Secrets Resort and Sandals Montego Bay on June 29 and 30. 

Franchise Holder of the local Pageant Laura Butler says “There will be five Fast Track Competitions leading up to the Grand Coronation Show on July 21. The winner of each of these competitions is awarded an automatic spot in the finals." 

Finalists of the Suzuki Miss Jamaica World Model Fast Track Competition held on Sunday June 30 at Sandals Montego Bay. (l-r) Second runner up Miss Margaritaville Jamaica - Amanda McCreath, first place Miss Huawei Technologies Jamaica - Jenaae Jackson and first runner up Shanice Rerrie Miss Morgan's Harbour and Marina. The winner of each of the five Fast Track Competitions within the contest earn automatic placement in the Top 10 at the Grand Coronation Show slated for Sunday, July 21 at the Montego Bay Convention Centre.

Butler goes on to state “This has been a tradition of the Pageant for quite some time. The winners are always well deserving.” 

The remaining three Fast Track Competitions are the Talent, Sport and Beauty with a Purpose; the latter being the tagline of the international pageant, Miss World. 

Leading up to the Grand Coronation Show, the finalists will undergo rigorous training in image building, speech, deportment, time management, protocol, business and social etiquette, personal development, presentation skills as well as career and entrepreneurial development from Fusion Consulting Limited. 

The winner of the Suzuki Miss Jamaica World Beauty Pageant will represent the island in the Miss World (International) Competition – to be broadcasted to over 120 countries worldwide; but will win for herself a brand new Suzuki Kizashi luxury sports car valued at J$4.55M – insured by ICWI and protected by Guardsman Alarms’ GMedic plan for one year. Her prize package will also include incentives such as a Miss World wardrobe; a training package from Fusion Consulting Limited, on screen film training from Frame by Frame and access to a full university scholarship courtesy of The University College of the Caribbean, University of London or Kursk State Medical University. 

Miss World ‘Beauty with a Purpose’ mission takes place on September 28, at the Sentul International Convention Center in Bali, Indonesia. 

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