COULD MISS STOKE BE THE NEXT MISS ENGLAND?
Genting Club Stoke has announced the launch of its first Miss Genting competition.
The contest, which is being held at Genting Club Stoke on 13 April, is to find a lucky lady to represent Stoke in the Miss England competition, due to take place at The Vox Conference Centre, Resorts World Birmingham from 12 – 14 July.
Nicky Clements, general manager at Genting Club Stoke, commented: “We are delighted to host the first ever Miss Genting Stoke contest and look forward to welcoming lots of women from across the region to the casino in the hope of finding someone to represent our home city of Stoke in the Miss England finals later this year.”
“We are not just looking for a pretty face”, added organiser Angie Beasley. “We are looking for a talented and confident female with a great personality who would enjoy raising funds for charity to represent Genting Club Stoke in our national finals.”
The contest, which will commence at the casino at 7.30pm on 13 April, is an open heat, meaning ladies can enter from anywhere in England. Organisers are looking for 10 competitors to take part in the event, which will include a catwalk style finale.
To enter, simply send a snapshot / selfie with contact details, occupation and an interesting fact firstname.lastname@example.org or apply online at http://www.missengland.info/regionals/stoke before 10 March 2017.
20-30 semi-finalists will be selected to appear in an online photo contest with the top 10 invited to attend the casino based finals.
Entrants for the Genting heats need to be aged 18-26 and able to abide by the rules on the Miss England website.
For further details about Genting Club Stoke please contact the casino at Etruria Road, Hanley, Stoke on Trent, ST1 5NH call 0178 221 3499 or visit https://www.gentingcasino.com/casinos/casino/genting-club-stoke/. Genting Club Stoke is open daily from 12 noon to 6am with live gaming from 1pm to 6am.
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