You could be the face of Féile

By Staff Reporter

H AVE you always wanted to be a model like Alex Best, ex-wife of soccer legend George Best, or Miss Ulster Courtenay Fitzpatrick but didn’t know where to start?  Well, this year the Féile Festival is giving you the chance to shine and become the first ever Face of Féile.

The Kennedy Centre is sponsoring this event and the final will take place on Thursday, August 9 at the Europa Hotel, Féile’s long-standing hotel partner.

The Kennedy Centre will be giving a £300 voucher to the winner which can be spent in their shops to include DV8, Tyger Lily, Pink Flamenco and Internationale.

Travel

The winner will also receive an overnight stay at the Europa Hotel and one month’s free travel on Translink Metro services.

And this could be the start of a blossoming modelling career as Ireland’s top agency, The Style Academy, will be giving a year’s contract to the winner of the competition.

The winning Face of Féile will also be VIP guest at the Alabama 3, Beach Boys, the American Drifters and Bad Manners concerts and will be an ambassador for Féile for the year.

If you are female aged 18-24, 5ft 7” and over and size  8-12, all you have to do is send your photograph and details to Michelle McTernan on:  michellemcternanmanagement@gmail.com or contact 07968 825377 for further information.

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