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Three more Mullingar girls in final of beauty contest

Tuesday, 18th August, 2009 12:00pm
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Carly Creevy from Patrick Street, Aida Ennis from Marlinstown and Jan Lindsay from Pipers Court were all in the Top 5 at Friday's Mullingar heat of the Ms. Planet Beach competition in The Annebrook House Hotel.

The lucky locals were chosen from 20 beauties at the fifth and final round of the competition and have made it to the Final of the Ms. Planet Beach International 2010 Spokesmodel contest.

The final will take place in Pure Nightclub in The Burlington on 29th August, when one lucky contestant will be selected from 20 girls to represent Ireland at the Ms. Planet Beach International finals in Reno, Nevada in October.

The Winner of this prestigious title receives $100,000 in cash, a Free Planet Beach Franchise worth $30,000, plus a Modelling Contract for one Year.

Last year's lucky Irish winner, Tania Zorrilla from Ballsbridge won an all expenses paid trip to the final in Biloxi Mississippi where she competed against the U.S. and U.K. finalists. The high profile event is hosted by Ali Landry, Miss USA 1996, actress and 'Doritos Girl' and Lorenzo Lamas, actor, director and producer best known for his role in Grease and the television series Falcon Crest.

Ms. Planet Beach International supports 'Make it Right', a charitable organisation founded by Brad Pitt to rebuild eco-friendly homes in the Katrina-devastated Ninth Ward area of New Orleans.

Last year sixty-five contestants from the United States, Canada, Italy, Ireland and United Kingdom raised funds with online voting to support Planet Beach's efforts to fund a sustainable home for a family in need. Ms. Planet Beach International 2009, Alison Skipper earns prizes rivaling "America's Next Top Model" and "Project Runway".

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