The finals of Miss Buy Ghana, a buy pageant aimed at promoting made in Ghana products will be held on December 29, 2013 at the Banquet Hall of the State House.
It pageant, which is under the theme: “Revamping our local industries” with the slogan, “BUY-GHANA-PROMOTE-GHANA” is aimed at selecting an ambassador to sell made in Ghana products to the outside world.
It is an initiative under the auspices of A2Z Firm Movement in conjunction with the Ministries of Trade & Industry, Information & Media Relation and Tourism, Culture & Creative Art is aimed at selling Ghana to the outside world.
Twenty young, bold, beautiful, eloquent and purpose-driven Ghanaian ladies, two from each region, will compete for the GH˘ 20,000.00 ultimate price. The second and third runners up will receive GH˘ 15,000.00 and GH˘ 10,000.00 respectively.
The winners are expected to start their own business with money aside taking on a national duty to promote MADE IN GHANA GOODS AND SERVICES.
Activities undertaken so far include: the BUY TO SUPPORT exhibition in Kumasi, which was embraced by most people, who were around the exhibition ground at the KNUST campus.
The Miss Buy Ghana crew will be in Accra from December 12 to 15 at the Holy gardens (Kwame Nkrumah Circle) to organized series of activities.
On his part, Chief Executive Officer of A2Z Firm Movement, Felix Agbeko, underscored the need for Ghanaians to place value on the country’s goods and services in order to expand the frontier of job creation and boost the economy.
He urged Ghanaians to get involved in the campaign and buy to support a contestant since it would encourage other Small and Medium Scale Enterprises to improve on the quality and packaging of their products.
Felix Agbeko said the final show, which is on December 29, will strictly be by invitation.