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 of the 2013 pageant.
The fast-track events have been a staple of the competition for quite some time and according to franchise holder Laura Butler, “The winners are always well deserving.”
The remaining three fast-track competitions are Talent, Sport and Beauty with a Purpose; the latter being the tag line of the international Miss World pageant.
Leading up to the grand coronation show that will, this year, take place at the Montego Bay Convention Centre on July 21, the finalists will undergo rigorous training in image-building, speech, deportment, time management, protocol, business and social etiquette competition, 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 ‘Beauty with a Purpose’ competition which takes place on September 28, at the Sentul International Convention Center in Bali, Indonesia.
This year’s Miss Jamaica World will also receive a brand-new Suzuki Kizashi luxury sports car valued at J$4.55 million. 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.