Miss Earth Guyana back on stage

The organisers of the pageant addressing the media during a recent press briefing. They are Dave Lalltoo, Assistant National Director Dr Latoya Gooding, Managing Executive Dr Omesh Balmacoon and Events Coordinator Myron Stephens.

The Miss Earth Guyana franchise is under the ownership of Guyana Premier with its National Franchise Director being Dave Lalltoo and last week Friday saw the launching of the pageant at the Roraima Duke Lodge where the Miss Earth Committee took the opportunity to share plans and upcoming events.

The Miss Earth International Pageant is said to be among the top three in the world and is gaining popularity since more than 100 countries are expected to participate this year. Its ‘Beauty For A Cause’ campaign which focuses primarily on raising awareness across the globe is believed to be one of the main reasons the pageant has gained such status.

Addressing the media were Lalltoo, Assistant National Director Dr Latoya Gooding, Managing Executive Dr Omesh Balmacoon and Events Coordinator Myron Stephens…..

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