Entry Forms for Miss Garden Route and Klein Karoo now Available Online

Entry Forms for Miss Garden Route and Klein Karoo now Available Online

Miss Garden Route and Klein Karoo 2012

Garden Route Casino is thrilled to announce that it will once again stage the Miss Garden Route and Klein Karoo Beauty Pageant in September this year. This will be the 9th consecutive year that the casino has sponsored and organised this much-anticipated community event.

Miss Garden Route and Klein Karoo 2012

Dubbed as “beauty pageant with a purpose”, The Miss Garden Route and Klein Karoo competition is held annually to raise funds and awareness for four Southern Cape-based centres for abused women and children. Since its inception in 2004, the pageant has grown in stature to become a credible platform for showcasing local beauty and design talent, and for highlighting the plight of abused women and children.miss gardenroute 2012

“Each year that we have hosted the competition, we have been overwhelmed by the generosity and support we get from individuals and companies in our region. It is a great source of pride for us to see the community mobilised in support of this worthy cause,” says the organizer; Tryana Potgieter.  There is R200 000 worth of prizes to be won in the 2012 pageant which is open to women aged between 18 and 27 from the Southern Cape.

Entries for the beauty pageant opened on 10 August and participants have until 21 September to submit their photos and forms to the Garden Route Casino. Entry Forms are also available online at www.bravolounge.co.za Download the entry form, print it and submit to Garden Route Casino, PO Box 1663, 6500 or hand the entries in at the casino’s host desk.

For more information please call the host desk on 044- 606 7541

The reigning Miss Garden Route & Klein Karoo Pageant is Zonke Frans from Knysna.

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