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The International Final of the Miss World Cup 2018 Contest

Friday, 8th June 2018 – 8 pm – Europa-Park in Rust

 

It will soon get underway, the 2018 World Cup finals in Russia. As always, we can look forward to exciting and – first and foremost – beautiful games. The fact that football and beauty are not mutually exclusive is borne out by the 4th International Miss World Cup Contest. On 8th June 2018, The Miss Germany Corporation from Oldenburg is presenting all 32 beauties (one from each of the countries taking part in the Football World Cup) in the Europa-Park in Rust.
Even though each of the participants would deserve the title of Miss World Cup 2018 due to their individuality, in the end there can only be one winner. In 2014, for example, the choice fell on Daniela Ocoro Mejia, the representative from Columbia.
For the ladies taking part, the big excitement already starts on Tuesday, 5th June 2018. Awaiting them in the following days is a full programme, with PR actions, photo shootings – including with the star photographer Maik Rietentidt, a visit to the Europa-Park as well as rehearsals with the choreographer Jens Dolecki. This will provide the ladies with a flying start to the final. The open-air event is taking place on Friday 8th June 2018 at the Piazza Roma of the Hotel Colosseo.
This evening, the representatives from the countries taking part will not only be showing off their most attractive side, but also in fashionable outfits, including evening dress and beachwear. The 32 ladies will be styled by the Francek Friseure team from Freiburg and the Famous Face Academy from Frankfurt.
The Miss Germany Corporation team is conducting the contest on the basis of the Football World Cup system. The ladies will therefore compete against each other in 8 groups, each of 4 contestants. The jury, composed as always of prominent celebrities, will choose their favourite from each of the eight groups. The first-placed lady in each group will then advance to the final. And from these eight finalists – Miss World Cup 2018 will then be chosen.
Excitement is guaranteed from beginning to end. Between the individual stages, the Europa-Park is treating its guests to numerous highlights. World-class artists will provide for an outstanding show programme and experience. The Europa-Park will be sure to live up to its name, offering entertainment, fun and joire de vivre at the highest level. Presiding over this gala evening will be Ines Klemmer and Jens Zimmermann (sports presenter at the Winter Olympic Games in 2010 & 2014).
The Europa-Park in Rust is featuring attractive cash prizes totalling 5,000 Euros. In addition, each participant receives a 4-day stay in a 4-star hotel in the Europa-Park in Rust, including a visit to the Park.
The Miss World Cup Contest is organised by the Miss Germany Corporation from Oldenburg in collaboration with the Europa-Park in Rust.

 

Press contact:
MGC-Miss Germany Corporation ​Klemmer GmbH & Co KG                        ​
Tangastraße 13 a – 26121 Oldenburg​
0441 – 8008 64- 0 – Fax 8008 64 – 24
​www.miss-wm.de

 

Simone Zimmermann
0441 – 8008 64 – 22
S.Zimmermann@missgermany.de

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Alexander Mazza

Ines Klemmer

 

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