(CHARLESTOWN, NEVIS)- Local businessman, and founder of Miss Caribbean Culture Pageant, Mr. Randy Jeffers, along with the 2014/2015 Miss Caribbean Culture Queen, Yarayni Morton of St. Kitts paid a short visit to the Rudolph Hardtman Building located at Happy Hill Drive on Thursday, January 15, 2015. The visit was for the duo to present a plaque to businessman, Mr. Gregory ‘Greg’ Hardtman.
The presentation was for the founder and committee of the Miss Caribbean Culture Pageant, to express their gratitude to Mr. Hardtman for his company’s sponsorship of the pageant for 2014.
Mr. Hardtman gladly accepted the plaque which was presented by Miss Morton. He was pleased by the gesture, and appreciation shown by Mr. Jeffers. Mr. Hardtman noted that on numerous occasions he would receive letters for sponsorships from various organizations, and after sponsorship was given, he would not even receive a ‘thank you’ letter. He was profuse in his gratitude to Mr. Jeffers and Miss Morton.
In closing Miss Morton thanked Mr. Hardtman for his contributions and encouraged him to give even more for the 10th anniversary of the Miss Caribbean Culture Pageant that will be celebrated later this year 2015.
The Caribbean Culture Pageant is staged annually in Nevis as part of the island’s summer festival, Culturama.