Miss Supranational Botswana promises massive prizes

The event organisers held the last lap of auditions at Capello in Gaborone this past weekend
The event organisers held the last lap of auditions at Capello in Gaborone this past weekend

There is a new beauty pageant in town and it comes bigger and better. Not just that but the pageant’s spokesperson Kaone Moremong says the winner will walk away with massive prizes worth close to half a million pula.

“Our winner walks away with quite a lot of prices worth close to P500,000. She walks away with a brand new car that she gets to keep with motor plan and insurance. She walks away with a degree scholarship of her choice. She does not have to do it during her reign. She can do it whenever she is ready. Our winner walks away with wardrobe worth P50,000 from different local designers.” “She will stay in a house that is fully furnished for the year of her reign with bills paid, basic grocery provided for and her monthly allowance. She will have her spa home, walks with hair and make-up on call whenever she wants and a management team who will take care of all her assets during her reign. Our prices are quiet extensive,” she said.

She further stated that the Miss Supranational queen would represent the country in Poland at the end of July. Moremong also explained the pageant was hosted by a company called Something Big. She said Something Big was formed by a collaboration of different creatives who have been in the beauty pageant industry for some time and decided to create a company that would curate different beauty pageants and lifestyle events. Moremong added that their Miss Supranational was their first pageant after being awarded the license last year by the Miss Supranational International body.

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