Gerhard Parzutka von Lipinski, President of the Miss Supranational Organization, announced today that Poland’s Silesia Province will host the final of the 11th Miss Supranational Competition for the first time on December 6.
“Silesia Province is known for its rich fascinating history, scenic landscapes and rich mineral and natural resources. The successful economic transformation that has been brought about here in recent years is an example to the world of what can be achieved with “Positive Energy”, which is the slogan of the province. Combining traditional industry with modern technology, Silesia has managed to adapt to the modern-day social and economic challenges,” says Mr. Parzutka von Lipinski.
“This year we will showcase to the world what Silesia Province is all about and I am delighted to bring the Miss Supranational Competition here for the first time. Expect to learn more about the beauty of this province and the many tourist attractions such as the Industrial Monuments Route, which represents the industrial heritage of this region,” adds Parzutka von Lipinski.
Approximately 80 young women from across the world will travel to Poland to compete for the title of Miss Supranational 2019. The pageant will be telecasted to viewers in more than 140 countries. The reigning Miss Supranational, Valeria Vazquez from Puerto Rico, will crown her successor at the conclusion of the event.
About MISS SUPRANATIONAL
The Miss Supranational Competition was created in 2009 and was held in the beautiful city of Płock, Poland. The first ever group of contestants came from almost 40 countries around the world. Today, after 10 years, the number has doubled to more than 80 competitors from every continent. Miss Supranational has developed into one of the world’s most prestigious live TV shows. The 2010 and 2011 editions were also broadcasted live via satellite from Plock, while in 2012 the competition moved to Warsaw, the capital city of Poland. In 2013, with interest growing internationally, the pageant travelled for the first time to another country. Minsk, the capital city of Belarus, played host to a spectacular show. Recent editions saw the return of the competition to Poland and the honor went to the city of Krynica–Zdrój. The show’s television audience has grown remarkably quickly and now reaches an audience of more than 600 million television viewers around the world. Our growing social media presence adds to that number.
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