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Miss BVI Bria A. Smith receives keys to 2019 Hyundai Tucson

-Tortola Auto Group (TAG) rewards queen with new luxury ride
Left to Right: Tag's Gordon French, Miss BVI Pageant Committee Chair, Alesia Hamm, Miss BVI Bria A. Smith along with Chairman of the Virgin Islands Festival and Fairs Committee (VIF&FC), Mr Carnel D. Cline at the handing over ceremony. Photo: VINO
While Ms Hamm along with Mr Cline cheered on, Mr French said, 'A winner deserves a winning brand,' in noting that Hyundai remains the lead selling brand of vehicles in the territory for three years in a row.
While Ms Hamm along with Mr Cline cheered on, Mr French said, 'A winner deserves a winning brand,' in noting that Hyundai remains the lead selling brand of vehicles in the territory for three years in a row.
Mr Cline, in the presence of Miss BVI Pageant Committee Chair, Alesia Hamm, handed the keys to the Territory's 2019/2020 queen who with gratitude said,
Mr Cline, in the presence of Miss BVI Pageant Committee Chair, Alesia Hamm, handed the keys to the Territory's 2019/2020 queen who with gratitude said, "this opportunity has been a blessing." Photo: VINO
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI - Six weeks after taking the crown as Miss BVI 2019, Media Communications Professional, Bria A. Smith drove out of the Tortola Auto Group (TAG) showroom with the top prize of a brand new 2019 Hyundai Tucson.

Ms Smith, who collected 6 of the 11 individual prizes to claim the crown, was well aware of the top prize and eagerly awaited.

Her wait came to an end on Friday, September 13, when at TAG's showroom, the keys to the luxury SUV was handed to Chairman of the Virgin Islands Festival and Fairs Committee (VIF&FC), Mr Carnel D. Cline by TAG's Gordon U. French.

Mr Cline, in the presence of Miss BVI Pageant Committee Chair, Alesia Hamm, handed the keys to the Territory's 2019/2020 queen who with gratitude said, "this opportunity has been a blessing."
 
Winning Brand 
 
While Ms Hamm, along with Mr Cline cheered on, Mr French said, "A winner deserves a winning brand," in noting that Hyundai remains the lead selling brand of vehicles in the territory for three years in a row.
 
"We are happy that the Festival and Fairs Committee selected the brand as it has some amazing and exciting features," he said. 

At the pageant, Smith won prizes for Miss Popularity, Best Costume, Best BVI Promotion along with Best Interview, Intellect and Poise.

13 Responses to “Miss BVI Bria A. Smith receives keys to 2019 Hyundai Tucson”

  • Wow (14/09/2019, 15:24) Like (10) Dislike (5) Reply
    Beautiful young lady and well deserving! She is one of we.
  • mmm (14/09/2019, 16:18) Like (3) Dislike (49) Reply
    Had prettier girls in the pageant
  • nj (14/09/2019, 16:29) Like (15) Dislike (1) Reply

    sit your a** down she prettier than you

  • facts (14/09/2019, 23:46) Like (14) Dislike (2) Reply
    In fact ms Smith is one of the most brilliant miss bvi in a long time since ms de Castro
  • Dr. Benz (15/09/2019, 14:31) Like (6) Dislike (0) Reply
    A Tucson is NOT a ‘luxury vehicle’ as the article states! No Hyuandi is considered a luxury vehicle - none!! So stop embellishing just for the sake of it. Congrats to Bria anyway and better late than never.
    • lol (16/09/2019, 09:51) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
      Always gonna be a hater
    • Lily Ann (16/09/2019, 11:15) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
      Wireless Phone Charging, then heck yea, its a lux vehicle !!! Go read the specs... You think only popular brand name is Lux
    • rascal (19/09/2019, 21:49) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
      Don't be surprised that Tucson has way more features that the base model "Benz" you're driving around in.... just to burst your buble....Most car makers offers Luxury vehicle......


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