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Wednesday, April 05, 2006

7th Annual Miss Tropical Island Paradise Swimwear Pageant




7th Annual Miss Tropical Island Paradise Swimwear Pageant

Beginning five years ago, the “Miss Tropical Paradise Pageant” was developed to showcase the many talents and accomplishments of women throughout the Caribbean, South America, the United States, and Africa. The principal objective of the "Miss Tropical Paradise Pageant" is to uplift the images of Caribbean women and to foster strong communication skills among all women regardless of their cultural background. This year Marcia will work with Buckley T. Michel of Men & Women Against Domestic Violence La Troupe Zetwal, in helping to put this exciting event together.

Marcia Deans, president of MVD Entertainment, launched the pageant in 1999. A former model and dancer, Ms. Deans has been working in the fashion industry since she was 12 years old.

Proceeds from the “Miss Tropical Paradise Pageant” are generated in the Caribbean through other related events and activities, and a portion of the proceeds is donated to a greater humanitarian cause; finding a cure for diabetes. According to the Center for Disease Control, more than 7% of the adult population in the United Stated is affected by diabetes and 600,000 new cases are reported each year. NIDDM (Non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus) is even more common in the elderly and in minority populations including Caribbean American, African Americans, Hispanic Americans, Asian and Pacific Island Americans, and Native American.

The International Pageant is franchised in each country and /or region. After individual semi-final competitions are conducted, the winners are selected and flown to Jamaica to compete for the crowning. The New York "Miss Tropical Paradise Pageant" will be held in Brooklyn in of June 2006. Marcia is asking for beautiful women of Caribbean parentage between the ages of 18 to 30 to compete for the title of Miss Tropical Paradise. Each participant will be able to share in this exciting experience and will be given the opportunity to network and share their beliefs. If you or someone you know may be interested in entering the “Miss Tropical Paradise Pageant”. Please email your profile and picture to Teddylove3@hotmail.com. You most also contact me, Buckley T. Michel and fill at the contract and pay a registration fee of $75.00, you will make you money back.

Semi Finalists will win an all expenses paid trip to Negril Jamaica's where the finals will be held The winner of Miss Tropical Paradise will be awarded a 7 days 6 nights trip to Barbados or Jamaica, jewelry, designer clothes, and a possible scholarship. The “Miss Tropical Paradise Pageant” features an elegant eveningwear portion worth 25%, a tantalizing swimwear segment worth 50% and an interview segment 25%. The 2004 pageant will also feature a live performance by various Calypso artists, and choreographed dancers. This year Miss Tropicana Paradise Pageant anticipates 12 to 20 aspiring young ladies who will take center stage to compete for the title. All accepted contestants become ambassadors from their city/county and are awarded an official banner and crown pin. They are given the opportunity to select a service platform of their choice, which they will spend the year as the reigning “Miss Tropical Paradise” promoting.

The outgoing Miss Tropical Paradise, Alvina Chansez, a 25 -year old New Yorker of mixed Trinidadian and Indian origin, will be responsible for growing this year's winner at San Castle in Jamaica. ALvina, now a college graduate, described her experience with the pageant as an enriching and uplifting; one which helps to strengthen self-confidence and self-esteem. Miss Tropical Pageant is an ideal venue for Caribbean companies and businesses to promote their products and to gain maximum exposure. Anyone can sponsor one of the beautiful young ladies participating in the 2007 Miss Tropical Paradise pageant for only $1000 dollars please log onto Http://Micheltddy.tripod.com for more information. You can help make a difference in the life of one of these young women by helping them to get an education through your sponsorship. Your contribution would also help to facilitate more research toward obtaining a cure for diabetes. The 2003 Miss Tropical Paradise Pageant was made possible through its prestigious sponsors which include 93.5 FM, Air Jamaica, Caibwavews.com, CMA, Heritagekonpa.com, Hedonism III and Belmont, to name a few.

For more Information please call: 347-615-1676 or 718-485-1522 or 646-878-5923

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