Donation is not so ‘mini’

Wednesday October 18, 2017 Written by Published in Local
Right Pictured from left: Miss Cook Islands Association Representative Mere Short, Miss Congeniality Teiva Maui accepts a contribution on behalf of Miss Earth Cook Islands Mona Taio - currently in the Philippines, Miss Cook Islands International Salis Tuaputa, Miss Cook Islands Alanna Smith, and Polynesian Rentals Operations Manager Devonne Mitchell, Polynesian Rentals Marketing Executive Charleen Heather. 17101704 Right Pictured from left: Miss Cook Islands Association Representative Mere Short, Miss Congeniality Teiva Maui accepts a contribution on behalf of Miss Earth Cook Islands Mona Taio - currently in the Philippines, Miss Cook Islands International Salis Tuaputa, Miss Cook Islands Alanna Smith, and Polynesian Rentals Operations Manager Devonne Mitchell, Polynesian Rentals Marketing Executive Charleen Heather. 17101704

Wishing each of girls the best of luck in their upcoming beauty pageants, Polynesian Rentals have donated $3,000 to Miss Cook Islands, Alanna Smith, Miss Cook Islands International Salis Tuaputa, and Miss Earth Cook Islands Mona Taio, who is already in the Philippines for her campaign.

 

The beauty queens were recently featured in a fun photo shoot for Polynesian Rentals in a promotional roll-out of their new deluxe Mini Cooper cars.

While each of the young ladies will be setting their sights on winning their crowns in just a few weeks, the public will have to wait until the new year for the unveiling of their latest marketing posters and signs for the rental company.

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