Presenting Miss Nicaragua for Costa Maya 2012!
Saturday, July 7th, 2012
The list of beauty pageant delegates continues to grow, and we present to you the lovely Miss Nicaragua, Ivey Jellisa Alvarez Hunter. She is 20 years old, and stands at 5’ 8”, has dark brown eyes and hair. She is an International Relations & Diplomacy student who speaks both English and Spanish.
Ivey joins other beauties from Belize: Karen Middleton, Costa Rica: Mariela Aparicio, El Salvador: Nathaly Jazmin Mena Arauz, Honduras: Esthefany Maolyth Pineda Perez, and Panama: Karen Elena Jordan Beitia. These lovely ladies will be joined by delegates from Guatemala and Mexico, on Thursday, August 2nd as they compete for the title of Reina de La Costa Maya, which is currently held by Mexico’s, Valentina Cervera Avila.
The Costa Maya Festival would like to thank the generous sponsors that have joined in making this annual event a success. Grand Sponsors: Belize Tourist Board, Honorable Manuel Heredia, Bowen Group of Companies. Diamond: San Pedro Town Council, Designing Solutions, Jose Luis Zapata Photography, Love FM, Milo’s Group of Companies, Ramon’s Village Resort, NICH, Reef Radio. Platinum: The San Pedro Sun, Ambergris Today, Kristal Shipping, Great Belize Productions. Gold: San Pedro Belize Express, Belize Border Management, Tropic Air, Maya Island Air, Moncho’s Golf Cart Rental, Radio Oye, Wine de Vine. Silver: Mata Chica, Discovery Expeditions, Atlantic International Bank Ltd., Pete’s Enterprises. Bronze: RefriTech, Wally’s Electrical Services, Las Terrazas. Black Coral: Victoria House, Captain Shark’s, News Exchange Magazine, Suya Tours. Friends: Xanadu Resort, Annie’s Pastries. Hotel: Holiday Hotel, Victoria House, Sun Breeze Hotel, Sun Breeze Suites, San Ignacio Hotel, Sprindrift Hotel, Blue Tang Inn. Restaurants: Fido’s Courtyard, Pineapples Restaurant, Caprice Bar.Grill, Mickey’s Place, Hidden Treasures and Mango’s Grill. Sponsors are gladly welcomed; simply email the Costa Maya committee at [email protected] for details.
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