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Costa Maya Festival Presents: Miss Nicaragua!!

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Hailing from the land of current Reina de La Costa Maya, Nicaragua, is the beautiful Claudia Alejandra Trejos Gadea. Standing tall at 5’9″, 23-year-old Claudia is a Graduate of Business Administration, Tourism and Hotel Management. The brown-eyed brunette measures 34-24-38 and enjoys going to the beach and exercising.
Claudia believes in the strength of family, and that women are fighters by nature, having been born prepared to tackle the various stages of life with inner strength and intuition. She also believes that if all her people would unite with a positive attitude to address the political differences that directly affect the economy and culture, there can be change for her beloved Nicaragua. Claudia’s life ambition is to fulfill both personal and professional dreams by becoming a renowned chef with her own restaurant, while raising a family.

On Thursday, August 5th, 2010, watch as Claudia graces the stage alongside delegates from Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico and Panama. At the end of the night, only one will be crowned by outgoing Reina de la Costa Maya Maritza Rivas, of Nicaragua. Will Nicaragua take the crown for a consecutive year, or will a new country proudly hold the crown?

You just have to be there for the grand moment when newly confirmed Pageant Host Sandra Hoyos announces the 2010-2011 winner!! The Costa Maya Committee is pleased to welcome her as this year’s special invited Mistress of Ceremonies for La Reina de la Costa Maya Pageant.

Sandra Hoyos is the host of Siempre Contigo, shown on Sundays on America Teve/Canal 41. She is the proud mother of four who was born in Miami to Cuban parents. As a lawyer she has offered her expertise on such shows as Al Rojo Vivo. Her current TV show is very similar to one she was in when she was 14, called TV Mujer on Univision. Touching on health, beauty and social issues, her show also answers online questions and features special invited artists and guests. And on Thursday, she will be on stage herself as our invited guest hosting one of the most exciting nights in August.

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