Flow Miss Caribbean Culture Queen Pageant organisers show appreciation to NIA
NIA CHARLESTOWN NEVIS (August 02, 2019) — Hon. Mark Brantley was presented with a plaque from Ms. Shellisa Nanton of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, the reigning Flow Miss Caribbean Culture Queen, when she paid him a courtesy call at his Pinney’s office on August 02, 2019.
Ms. Nanton, who was accompanied by Ms. Renee Wilkerson, Co-Chairperson of the Flow Miss Caribbean Culture Queen Pageant, told Mr. Brantley that the plaque was a token of appreciation from the Miss Culture Queen Pageant Committee for the Nevis Island Administration’s (NIA) continued contribution to the pageant over the years. She also expressed hope that the assistance would continue.
In response Mr. Brantley thanked Miss Nanton and the pageant’s organisers for the gesture.
“Thank you for the plaque. I am very grateful. Certainly the government has been a major supporter of the show. We think it is one of the premier shows in the region.
“I certainly know that people are going to come out in their numbers because of the standard this show has set over the years. So thank you very much for this plaque and please give my regards to Randy Jeffers and his entire team, and we certainly look forward to a wonderful show again on Monday night,” he said.
The Flow Miss Caribbean Swimwear Contest, the first segment of the Flow Miss Caribbean Culture Queen Pageant, will be held at the Lime Beach Bar on Saturday, August 03. The main show will be held at the Nevis Cultural Complex on Monday, August 05, 2019.
Participants for this year will come from the islands of St. Lucia, Dominica, Nevis, St. Martin, Barbados, St. Kitts, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Anguilla, Guyana, Trinidad and Tobago and Antigua and Barbuda.
In recent years a new segment was added to the competition called the Mr. Caribbean GQ which is twinned with the Flow Miss Caribbean Culture Swimsuit contest.
This year participants will come from St. Kitts and Nevis, Dominica, Barbados, St. Maarten, Sr. Croix and Antigua and Barbuda.
The Flow Miss Caribbean Culture Queen Pageant was first staged in 2006, and was won by Nevisian born Ms. Jamilla Parris, is the brainchild of its Chief Executive Officer, Nevisian business man and Restauranteur Mr. Randy Jeffers.