Ms Ja World finalists in early face-off

Friday, August 24, 2018

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SANDALS Montego Bay will be the venue for Saturday's two events in the 2018 Miss Jamaica World pageant — the Top Model and Beach Beauty fast track competitions.

Co-franchise holder Weston Haughton said the occasion promises to be a memorable one.

“It promises to be a fabulous weekend's event. Not only will patrons be treated to top-class modelling, compelling designers from our own local designers and, of course, Sandals' superb entertainment, but we will also be crowning our top model,” said Haughton.

Scheduled for a 1:00 pm start, the Beach Beauty Contest will feature the contestants in swimwear, with a focus on their fitness, body and general appearance in swimwear.

At 8:00 pm, the Top Model Competition is slated to take place in the hotel's conference room and will showcase the beauties in swimwear, as well as modelling creations from local designers. Entertainment will be provided Sandals's entertainment staff. The Beach Body event is, however; closed to the public.

Sigourney Hastings, Sandals Montego Bay's training and development manager, said the resort's Sports and Cultural Club was pleased to be associated with the prestigious pageant which “provides empowerment for our females”.

Hastings added that the public will be in for a “top-class and entertaining production”.

The grand coronation of the Miss Jamaica World 2018 is set for September one at the Jamaica Pegasus. hotel'sballroom in New Kingston.

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