Winner of last year’s Miss Ghana beauty pageant competition Stephanie Karikari has been made the new face of BO-16, the popular hair relaxer from local manufacturer Ghandour Cosmetics.
Stephanie’s new found status means she would lead most of the company’s publicity platforms as well as act as cover girl in most of their branding materials both home and abroad, for a year.
An excited Stephanie said: “I am grateful to all the wonderful people who worked around the clock to make this a reality. BO-16 is a world class product so for me to be chosen as its Face means a lot. To all those who trusted and believed in me, I can’t stop thanking you and to the management of Ghandour, I say a big thank you”.
With years of experience in mainline cosmetic products and with a huge local and cross-border consumer appeal, Ghandour Cosmetics continues to grow at a fast pace. Ali Jihami, Marketing Manager of Ghandour Cosmetics said: “we are excited to have Stephanie on board as the face of our company. It is refreshing news which we believe will go a long way to enhance the relationship between Ghandour and
Media Whizz Kids”.
Jihami added that given the successful nature of last year’s event, his outfit wouldn’t mind sponsoring this year’s and said “we are looking forward to a good 2011 event. This year, just as it’s been done in previous editions, the management of Ghandour is expecting nothing but the best. Miss Ghana for us, is a cultural heritage the whole of Ghana can relate to, so we are happy to work with the organizers again”.
The company’s support over the years for the Miss Ghana beauty pageant has been enormous. Last year, shortly after the pageant, they presented the first three winners of the competition with GHC 5000.
Miss Ghana is a Media Whizz Kids event. This year’s edition, set to launch soon, would be the 54th.No tags for this post.