Twelve for Miss Caribbean Culture Queen Pageant

Miss Caribbean Culture Pageant Organizing Committee is getting ready to host its biggest show ever. That’s according to pageant co-chair Hazel Francis, who says patrons can look forward to a dynamic package on Monday, August 4, 2014. Francis further revealed that twelve (12) beauties are set to compete for the most prestigious Caribbean pageant title.

Miss Caribbean pageant poster“Our Pageant has come a long way since it was introduced nine years ago (2005). CEO and pageant director Randy Jeffers has strengthened relationships with local and regional pageant committees, culture departments, as well as carnival and festival organizers throughout the Caribbean. Their collaborative effort has made it possible for us to produce the event year after year. We are extremely grateful and take this opportunity to record our appreciation.” Francis said.

“Randy must be recognized for his awesome artistic creativity, initiative and leadership skills demonstrated through Miss Caribbean Culture Queen Pageant which has gained tremendous respect across the region, and is seen as an intercultural mosaic to showcase the diversity of the Caribbean.

Patrons are in for a treat this year. 12 delegates from our revolving pool of countries will compete for attractive cash prizes, crown and the prestigious title of Miss Caribbean Culture Queen 2014.

This year the pageant organizers are embracing the return of Miss Antigua Raynel Carroll, Miss Trinidad & Tobago Davia Chambers and Miss St. Maarten Bria Sorton.

Other delegates will be Miss Anguilla Amethyst Davis, Miss Dominica Francine Baron, Miss Guyana Radiente Frank, Miss Montserrat Tazia Briscoe, Miss Nevis Jomelle Elliott, Miss St. Lucia Sadia Chandler, Miss St. Vincent and the Grenadines Carice Glasgow, Miss St. Kitts Yarayni Morton, and Miss Curacao Ansieline Sebastiana.

The pageant co-chair said, this year the organizers have been flooded with applicants and were forced to institute a ‘first come first accepted’ policy to maintain the high quality and standards of production. She also revealed that lovely and charismatic, Miss Caribbean Culture 2012 first runner up; Miss Curacao will host the 2014 production.

“Two years ago, we recall Curacao’s entrance to the Miss Caribbean Culture Queen Pageant. Their delegate Marvia Laurence wowed the audience and ignited a relationship with us ever since. We’ve invited her to host the pageant so patrons will again experience her magnetic personality.”

“We would like at this time to record our sincere thanks to our platinum sponsor, Deon Daniel and Associates of Hamilton Beach Condos at Nelson Spring. Thanks also to Oualie Masonry Products (OMP) and, LIME, S. Hunkins & Sons Ltd, Carib Breweries St. Kitts Nevis Ltd, TDC, Lime Beach Bar, Nevis Island Administration, Culturama Secretariat, ODBrisbaine & Sons, Four Seasons Resort and Delta Petroleum Ltd.”

The current holder of the Miss Caribbean Culture Queen title Leslassa Amour-Shillingford who hails from the nature isle, Dominica.

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