Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 22 October 2014

27 beauties gather to launch Miss Northern Ireland competition

Twenty seven former winners and finalists gathered at the Europa Hotel at the launch of this yearÄôs Open + Direct Miss Northern Ireland contest
Twenty seven former winners and finalists turn heads outside the Europa Hotel at the launch of this years Open + Direct Miss Northern Ireland contest
Miss Northern Ireland Tiffany Brien with former winners of the competition at the launch of this years Open + Direct Miss Northern Ireland contest

Twenty seven former winners and finalists of the renowned Miss Northern Ireland contest gathered at the Europa Hotel in Belfast to celebrate the launch of this year’s Open+Direct Miss Northern Ireland competition, which is in its twenty-seventh year under the direction of model agency boss Alison Clarke.

Event organisers are looking for entrants aged between 17 and 24 from all parts of Northern Ireland to take over the crown from current Miss Northern Ireland Tiffany Brien. “As a champion in her sport beforehand, Tiffany really approached Miss Northern Ireland with gusto and made the title her own. It takes great stamina, commitment and confidence to carry off the title, and we are seeking a girl with that special X factor – something unique and different which sets our winner apart from all the rest, as it takes more than just good looks to win Miss Northern Ireland.” said Alison Clarke. “The winner will have her diary filled with a range of modelling and promotional assignments throughout the year – some challenging, some fun - but all fantastic experiences. Plus she must be free to depart Northern Ireland in September to attend the Miss World final held in Indonesia.”

To enter, girls should send a photograph with their name and address to the Open+Direct Miss Northern Ireland Contest, 381 Beersbridge Road, Belfast, BT5 5DT. Competition rules can be checked out on the Miss NI website www.missnorthernireland.co.uk or on Facebook at Miss Northern Ireland Contest. The official website also outlines full details of the competition heats and the full range of prizes available.



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