Digicel, proud platinum sponsor of St. Lucia’s Carnival 2013, is elated to be the sponsor of Michelle St. Clair.
The beautiful 22-year-old was sashed as ‘Miss Digicel’ at a ceremony held on Monday, June 17, 2013 at Alliance Francaise.
This prestigious National Queen pageant is expected to celebrate seven extraordinary young ladies – all very talented, poised and graceful – at the National Cultural Centre on Saturday, June 29, 2013.
Spontaneous, family-oriented, down to earth and confident are just some of the words that describe ‘Miss Digicel’.
St. Clair has always had a deep passion for the general welfare and health of others and has therefore enrolled in the Nursing Division at the Sir Arthur Lewis Community College for September 2013.
At her alma mater, the George Charles Secondary School, St. Clair was also an active member of the Red Cross Club, theatre group and netball team.
St. Clair believes that it is very critical to be a well-rounded individual, and hopes that through her participation in such a prestigious pageant like National Carnival Queen, she will experience tremendous growth in both her personal and professional life. St. Clair’s interests include modeling, acting and singing.
Digicel’s Marketing Manager Kerchelle Jn Charles said: “Having such a well-rounded, talented, intelligent young lady, who is no stranger to the stage, focused and willing to take bold steps in advancing herself, are qualities Digicel espouses and was happy to have branded her as Miss Digicel for this pageant.”
The seven lovely contestants at Monday’s ceremony were also surprised with extraordinary DL 600 handsets exclusively from Digicel.
A young woman full of potential and hope for the future, St. Clair has promised Digicel that she will definitely ‘Be Extraordinary’ and is ready to dazzle the audience as she carries the Digicel brand with pride and joy.