Pulse launches The Search For The Million Dollar Girl
Pulse, the 35-year-old model agency which pioneered the development of the Caribbean's international model industry, has launched The Search For The Million Dollar Girl. The Pulse model Search has existed since 1982, but this year's event is brand new, with a slew of new features. The Pulse Search has produced the likes of legends such as Kimberley Mais, Angela Neil, Carla Campbell, Romae Gordon, Althea Laing, Lincoln Wynter, and Lois Samuels, as well as more recent supermodels Jeneil williams, Oraine Barrett, Jaunel McKenzie, Nell Robinson, and Nadine Willis.
In a release to its thousands of Pulse Nation fans on Facebook and Instagram, Pulse announced the launch of the 2014 Search. One lucky girl with the perfect face, body and spirit will be selected Pulse's Million Dollar Girl at the end of summer 2014. She will be awarded $1m in cash and prizes (with at least $500,000 in cash). Already, new faces with great potential have started pouring in to the Pulse Centre at Trafalgar Road. Every seven days, Pulse will feature a contestant of the week, starting today.
how to enter
Interested new faces who think that they could be the one are asked to visit Pulse at 38a Trafalgar Road, New Kingston, any Wednesday at 4 p.m., and should take a swimsuit and heels with them. They may also call (876) 960-0049. The Pulse Search continues to target young men as well. Young women will be accepted in all categories - fashion, petite, and full figure.
This week's beauty is Knicco Hodge. Knicco, a New York-based college student, hails from Dominica and has lived in Kenya. She is 18 years old, and 5'9" in height.