16 Dazzling Miss Jamaica World Ambassadors to make their first appearance at Sovereign Centre this Saturday July 17
16 beautiful Miss Jamaica World (MJW) Ambassadors will on Saturday, July 17 ignite the Sovereign Center – Liguanea ablaze with their beauty and charm. If 2009 was anything to judge by, the girls will be showcased to a jam packed enthusiastic audience who will be waiting to get their first glimpse of the 2010 MJW finalists.
The contestants who will be making their first public appearance in exciting locally designed casual wear by Xing Designs Co. and swimwear apparel by The Mushroom are:
- Chantal Raymond
- Amanda-Lee McCreath
- Theresa Cann
- Shanique Mongal
- Jodi-Ann Mosser (MJW Western)
- Simone Barrett
- Maricet Leyva
- Christol Wilson
- Alexia McLean
- Kerry Moxam
- Latoya Taylor
- Patricia Hue
- Samantha Moore
- Salome Campbell
This Saturday’s show will be the platform where the 2010 MJW Sponsors will be bestowed with the task of randomly selecting and sashing – courtesy of Supreme Ventures’ and their gaming machine – their company’s Miss Jamaica World representative and then officially presenting them to the public at large.
Over 60 prospective candidates from across the island turned up on Thursday, July 15, 2010 to the private eliminations session held at the Spartan Health Club, all hoping to get their chance to be the next Miss Jamaica World Ambassador to represent Jamaica in the upcoming 2010 Miss World Pageant.
Chief Judge of the MJW pageant for over 15 years Mr. Tommy James , Pageant Director – Dr Terri – Karelle Griffith Reid – Miss Jamaica World 2005, Pageant Coordinator- Ms Sara Lawrence, MJW 2006 and fourth in Miss World Pageant, Ms Laurel Demercado- a former Miss Jamaica Title Holder, Ms Tracey Hamilton – CEO Tracey Hamilton & Associates Event Planner/PR Practitioner and MJW Public Relations Coordinator, Mr. Marcel Robinson- CEO Interlinc Communications and MJW Website designer, and Mr. Mickey Haughton-James- Spartan Health Club proprietor and Franchise owner of the prestigious Miss Jamaica World Competition were the judges on hand who were given the tough task to narrow the entrants to the required contest amount.
In an effort to secure another outstanding Jamaican representative to the Miss World competition, the contestants will in the weeks preceding Coronation Night, scheduled for August 21 at the Jamaica Pegasus be put through a mandatory training regimen which will include exercise, grooming, deportment and speech training by renowned grooming specialist Miss Beverley Corke, who has trained and groomed many distinguished Miss Jamaica World representatives, who have done this country proud by placing in either the top 15, 10, 5 or has had the privilege of being the title winner in Miss World competitions. Complementing the grooming course will be Norma Brown-Bell a stalwart in the broadcaster and communications field – and the Spartan Personal trainers who will have direct responsibility for the ladies physical appearances.
As potential Jamaican Ambassadors, the girls will make courtesy calls to Government Officials, Sponsors and Media Houses. This year the girls will work very closely with the charity organization PALS which endorses this year’s theme of PEACE AND LOVE. Their itinerary will also facilitate visits to places of interest and fun, including a much anticipated “Miss Jamaica World Week” at The Grand Palladium Resort & Spa. The contestants are competing for the prestigious crown and Title of Miss Jamaica World 2010 and the chance to be the next representative to the 2010 Miss World pageant in Sanya, China.
For Further information Contact –
Dr. Terri-Karelle Reid – Pageant Director
Spartan Health Club – 927-9099
Or Tracey Hamilton – Tracey Hamilton & Associates – Public Relations Coordinator