The Miss Florida Caribbean Pageant Returns!

Fort Lauderdale – After a 7 years’ hiatus, the Miss Florida Caribbean Pageant is making a much-awaited comeback.

The re-launch will restore its past glory as one of the Caribbean Diaspora’s most prestigious productions in the Southeast region.

The pageant is rooted in promoting the awareness of various social issues that affect the Caribbean-American community.

In 2017 the Miss Florida Caribbean pageant under the slogan “Pageant with a Mission”, will launch the WISE SAVING, BETTER LIVING Financial Literacy Campaign. According to Pageant Director, Jannice Davis, “learning about finance needs to begin at an early age. It’s essential to start with our youths as they are our future business leaders”.

The Miss Florida Caribbean Pageant is dedicated to uplifting, educating, and motivating girls and young women by providing self-esteem enhancing programs which will include a six-week workshop featuring classes on financial literacy, dressing for success, communicating effectively and personality development.

Lesa-Gayle Wee-Tom, winner of the Miss Florida Caribbean Pageant 2009
Lesa-Gayle Wee-Tom, Miss Florida Caribbean 2009

The Miss Florida Caribbean pageant is a great opportunity for young women to become involved in their community through social and cultural activities and humanitarian programs.

The pageant is slated for June 25, 2017, in celebration of Caribbean-American Heritage Month.

For more information on participating in the 2017 pageant or on sponsorship opportunity, please email  missfloridacaribbean@gmail.com

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