Monday, June 17, 2024

Presenting Miss Belize for Costa Maya 2012!


This week we present to you one of the most anticipated delegates for the Reina de la Costa Maya pageant at the International Costa Maya Festival: Miss Belize! She is the strikingly beautiful Karen Jasmine Middleton, and she will be taking her spot as a proud Belize representative on stage on Thursday, August 2nd. Featuring beauties from Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua and Panama, the pageant is a big highlight of the festival. The current title holder is Miss Mexico, Valentina Cervera Avila.

Karen is a 19-year-old brown-eyed brunette who stands at 5 feet, 9 inches and measures 34-25-34. She is represented by the LPELL (Leilah Pandy Enterprises Pageantry and ModeLLing) Agency. She joins Miss El Salvador, Nathaly Jazmin Mena Arauz, Miss Honduras, Esthefany Maolyth Pineda Perez and Miss Panama, Karen Elena Jordan Beitia, in the race for the title. Best of luck Karen Middleton!

The Costa Maya Festival would like to thank the sponsors who have lined up to once again show support to this annual community event.Grand Sponsors: Belize Tourist Board, Honorable Manuel Heredia.Diamond: Bowen Group of Companies, 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 TodayGold: San Pedro Belize Express, Belize Border Management, Tropic Air, Maya Island Air, Moncho’s Golf Cart Rental, Radio Oye, Discovery Expeditions, Black Coral, Victoria House, Captain Shark’s. Bronze: RefriTech, Wally’s Electrical Services. Friends: Xanadu Resort. Hotel: Holiday Hotel, Victoria House, Sun Breeze Hotel, Sun Breeze Suites, San Ignacio Hotel. Restaurants: Fido’s Courtyard, Pineapples Restaurant, Caprice Bar.Grill. Sponsors are gladly welcomed; simply email the Costa Maya committee at [email protected].

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