Adriana Haylock to represent Belize at Reinado Internacional del Tropico 2014 Pageant
Monday, October 27th, 2014
La Isla Bonita’s very own Adriana Haylock is set to represent Belize in the Reinado Internacional del Tropico 2014 pageant. The pageant will be taking place in San Pedro Sula, Honduras on October 31st. Twenty year old Adriana, will be Belize’s third delegate to represent the country at this pageant since its inception in 2010.
No stranger to pageantry Haylock has also partaken in several pageants including Miss San Pedro 2012-2013 and Miss Tourism Belize. Haylock looks forward to representing her country alongside the other thirteen delegates from Central America, South America and the Caribbean region. With countries across the region boasting rich rainforests and many landmark and wildlife reserves ,the pageant itself, is aimed towards promoting the awareness and preservation of natural resources and habitats for present and future generations to come.
Miss Reinado Internacional del Tropico 2013-2014 Joely Bernat of the Dominican Republic, will be crowning this year’s winner. As Adriana travels to Honduras today, October 27th, The San Pedro Sun and community of San Pedro wishes her the best of luck.
Adriana expresses gratitude towards her sponsors and supporters including,: The Belize Tourism Board, Tropic Air Belize, Maya Island Air Belize, Rialto Caribe Ltd, Nails by Angelina, Castillo’s Hardware, Tiki Turtle Trading Company at Ramon’s Village Resort, Foreva Fancy Boutique, Jose Luis Zapata Photography, Lemon Crush Belize, Reef Radio, Wings San Pedro, El Pecador Resort, Seaduced By Belize, and the National Institute of Culture and History NICH.
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