If you have what it takes to be a winner of a pageant and be a vivacious participant, you should then apply to the organisers of ‘Miss Elite Global Earth 2018.’
Entries are now sought for Mr, Miss, Ms and Mrs Titles of the global event in New Zealand with the Grand Finale scheduled to be held on Saturday, November 24, 2018 a Level 3, Guineas Ball Room, Ellerslie Race Course in Auckland.
Tickets priced at $80 per person are now on sale
Elite Global Earth New Zealand Ambassador & Chief Executive and winner of ‘Ms Fiji People’s Choice 2017’ Anjini Lata said that the Winner in each category will be entitled to a trip to an International Pageant in 2019 with paid Entry Fee, Airfare and Accommodation.
About the Pageant
“The category female winners will receive a Crown and Sash each, while each of the male winners will receive a Trophy and a Sash. ‘Elite Global Earth’ is an International Pageant organisation that accepts women and men who are passionate about using their Crown and Sash and their platform to promote the renovation, restoration, conservation and preservation of all-natural resources for all our inhabitants, animals and humans,” she said.
According to Anjini, ‘Elite Global Earth’ strives to encourage all entrants to shine and fundraise for their charity of choice.
“We provide support with sponsorship discounts, media awareness assistance and event promotion and education. The organisers support Title-Holders with opportunities for success on the international stage with airfare and shared-room accommodation. We also provide them with media and personal training and offer various other forms of support throughout this amazing journey,” she said.
Shelaila Singh, Marketing Manager and Partner is a finalist at the ‘Ms Elite Global Earth International 2019’ as Ms Fiji. She has been actively involved in the modelling industry.
Red Carpet Event
As a run-up to the Grand Finale, the ‘Elite Global Earth New Zealand Red Carpet Event’ was held on Saturday, September 29, 2018 at the Parade, located at Bucklands Beach in East Auckland. The entry-free event provided opportunities for guests to meet and greet the finalists and take photographs with the contestants.