Miss Beaches Negril 2015 contestants (from left) Tricia-Gay Smith (Entertainment), Miss Maxi Press Limited; Shamara Wallace (Housekeeping), Miss Quality Signs Limited; Arnexx Billings (Kids Camp), Miss Singer Jamaica Ltd; Monique Williams (Kids Camp), Miss Sound Illusion; and Latisha Colame (Kitchen), Miss J Albert Distributors slip into relaxation mode as they prepare to enjoy river tubing activities at the Island Routes River Bumpkin Farm recently. The quintet was among the group of contestants who were also given the opportunity to experience the exhilarating Chukka Good Hope Estate, complete with zip lining and an ATV adventure. The Miss Beaches Negril Talent and Awareness, which is being held under the theme 'Beauty Without Boundaries&', is scheduled for April 24 at the Jungle Night Club and will involve 11 contestants.
Other sponsors of the competition include Margaritaville Negril, Island Routes, Linkz FM, Silver Bird Steel Band, SunCity Radio 104.9FM, Dolphin Cove, Sherwin Williams Ltd. , Rainforest Seafoods, VIP Attractions, Caribbean Producers Jamaica Ltd, Transwest Ltd, Strong Arm Ltd, Garbage Disposal & Sanitation Systems, Berger Paint, Ashley Martin Designs, Tai Flora Services Ltd, Urbany Designs, Appliance Traders Ltd, Select Brands, Uzuri International Designs, Grace Kennedy Ltd, Riverside Pharmacy, Best Dressed Chicken, Kool Runnings Adventure Park, JUTA Negril, Sandals Resorts International, Jungle Night Club, and Chukka Caribbean Adventures.
Operations Manager at the Island Routes River Bumpkin Farm, Miguel Arthurs (left), was the perfect host to the Miss Beaches Negril 2015 Talent and Awareness competition contestants and Beaches Negril Wedding Manager and pageant coordinator, Nikesha Greenfield (sixth from right), during an excursion to the farm recently. The ladies enjoyed river tubing and lime stone pedicures, before moving on to Chukka Good Hope Estate for a sumptuous lunch, zip lining and ATV/Island Buggy tours.
From left: Jodian Williams (Bar), Miss Jungle Night Club; Chamal Brown (Kids Camp), Miss Suncity Radio; Shanique Donaldson (Human Resources), Miss Linkz FM; Kimesha Williams (Engineering), Miss island Routes; and Therese-Ann Jowery (Accounts), Miss Silver Bird Steel Band; who are among 11 contestants in the Miss Beaches Negril Talent and Awareness Competition, pause for a quick photo before heading off to do river tubing at the rustic Island Routes River Bumpkin Farm recently. The ladies later sought out more adventure at the Chukka Good Hope Estate where the Ultimate Thrill Seekers pass gave them unlimited access to zip lining and ATV/Island Buggy tours among other activities. The Miss Beaches Negril Talent and Awareness Competition has been designed to equip the ladies with the requisite tools to function effectively in the hospitality industry. Leading up to the pageant, the contestants are being groomed in the areas of public speaking, etiquette, appearance and decorum. Several tourism exposure outings and community outreach projects also form a pivotal part of the ladies' intensive training and development.
Miss Beaches Negril 2015 contestants Shanique Donaldson (Miss Linkz FM, left) and Kimesha Williams (Miss Island Routes) prepare to get some downtime at the Chukka Good Hope Estate before the April 24 pageant.
Ten of the 11 contestants in the Miss Beaches Negril Talent and Awareness Competition share lens time following their arrival at the Chukka Good Hope Estate for an afternoon of adrenaline-packed adventures.
Beaches Negril Wedding Manager and Miss Beaches 2015 Talent and Awareness Competition coordinator, Nickesha Greenfield (left) and contestant Shamara Wallace (Miss Quality Signs Ltd) seem quite happy having successfully completed three of six zip lines at the Chukka Good Hope Estate during a visit to the attraction recently.
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