Costa Maya fans, here’s the latest update on the festival for this year’s Reina De la Costa Maya. Beautiful Johanna Fernandez, Miss Costa Rica’s delegate in this year’s Miss Universe Pageant, will partake in the tenth annual extravaganza. Johanna is the second contestant that has proudly accepted participation along with Kimberly McNab who will represent Honduras on August 6th, 2005.
23-year-old Johanna is a student of the San Judas University, majoring in journalism. She is currently employed as a Marketing assistant and special events organizer. Among the lovely contestant’s many interests, to keep on developing as a good human and professional is one of them. She also intends on learning from people and their needs, being able to create solutions for the problems that societies are confronted with in this day and age. Johanna enjoys reading, writing, listening to people, and likes working out every day, eating well, and living a healthy life.
Johanna has ambitions to be a T.V. host or news anchor, being able to cover important events around the world. She enjoys meeting new cultures and learning about them and in the future she hopes to further her studies. Johanna enjoys keeping up to date on international events and news and plans on socializing internationally in order to fulfill her dreams.
The Costa Maya Committee would like to thank and add the following sponsors who have pledged their generous support; Krystal Shipping, Wally’s Electrical Supplies, San Pedro Super Market, Benny’s Home Centre, Tropic Air, Belize Bank, Alliance Bank, Milo’s Ice, Belize Indian Community, Ramon’s Village Resort, Reef Radio, Ambergris Caye Chamber of Commerce, Belize Tourism Board, San Pedro Town Council, Ambergris Today, San Pedro Sun, Moncho’s Rentals, Medina’s Construction, Pete’s Enterprises, BC’s Bar, MoonDancer Boutique, and Scott Holland.
Tickets for the festival will be available soon, so put it at the top of your “to do” list and make an effort to attend the Costa Maya International Festival 2005.