Queen of Carnival contestants duly sponsored

Group photo of ‘The Glam Six’ during the sponsorship reveal, Friday Night, as they appeared on ABS Television’s Carnival Count Down. (Photo courtesy Brucella Marsh)

All of this year’s delegates for the Queen of Carnival Competition, dubbed The Glam Six, have now been officially sponsored.

Six private sector businesses have stepped forward to assist with the show.

Tamorla Millette is sponsored by Hakim’s; Heidigail Francis by LAVA International; Kizzy Thomas by Special Security Services Ltd; Jamilha Roberts by Flow; Leanda Ann Norville by CHAPA Bau Housing; and Russhell Ellis is sponsored by PaintPlus.

Chairperson of the Queen’s Committee Brucella Marsh said it is heartwarming to see corporate citizens still believe in the Queen of Carnival pageant and in Antigua’s Carnival.

“We cannot thank them enough and I know each delegate will represent their sponsor with pride,” she said. “The ladies understand that they are now the faces of not only their families, community and country but now their sponsors.”

The six young women will compete in five segments, on July 28,namely interview, swimwear, performing talent, evening wear and costume, as they vie for the title of Ms Queen of Carnival 2014.

The show will see performances from The Elite Dancers, Sunnydale Dancers, Ricardo Drue and Claudette “CP” Peters.

This year’s theme is “Be Bold: Be Different: Be Extraordinary – Bringing the Glamour”.

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