17 August 2012
Finalists of the 2012 edition of the Miss Ghana beauty pageant have paid a day’s visit to the national head office of Information and Communication Technology giant, IPMC.
All 20 finalists were at the Adabraka Head Office of the company to familiarize themselves with the working environment of the company, which is a proud sponsor of this year’s event.
They were taken round the company’s facilities by officials of IPMC, who explained in detail, the work routine and functions of the various units at the Head Office. The contestants were also introduced to some of the hardworking staff at the office, who seized the opportunity to interact and wish them the best of luck.
The team was later treated to lunch at the Paloma Restaurant after which they paid another visit to the Ring Road Branch of the company.
CEO of IPMC Mr. Amardeep S. Hari reiterated his outfit’s commitment to the Miss Ghana brand, which according to him, offers a unique platform for IPMC to support an initiative that is giving hope to the youth of Ghana.
IPMC he said will continue to identify with the vision of the Miss Ghana event, promising that his outfit is committed to ensuring that Information and Communications Technology (ICT) education remains a priority for every young Ghanaian.
The contestants thanked him for the support thus far, and promised to make his outfit proud.
“IPMC’s sponsorship of this year’s Miss Ghana is very exciting,” Inna Mariam Patty, CEO of Exclusive Events Ghana said. “This is mind-blowing,” she added.
As part of the mouthwatering and unprecedented prize package for Miss Ghana 2012, all twenty finalists will receive IT products from IPMC.
Already some 500 young ladies, who turned up for the national auditions in Tamale, Kumasi and Accra, are to benefit from a special discounted I.T training with the company. Vouchers for the training have already been presented to the beneficiaries.