facebooktwitterSingapore Promotions

advertisement



search
started today (18 Apr)
ending today (18 Apr)
starts tomorrow (19 Apr)
just in
don't miss

browse sales
e-mail subscription (FREE)
Email:

E-mail is sent ONCE per day.
You can also follow us on Facebook and Twitter
about





#1 source for islandwide promos, warehouse sales, deals, discounts, events & more

[ SUBMIT ] [ ADVERTISE ]
[ Calendar of Sales Promotions ]
[ Twitter | Facebook | E-Mail ]
[ more about us ]

Follow us @ Twitter

Follow us @ Facebook

FILED IN: News

SingTel unveils the top eight SingTel Grid Girls for 2012

Singtel has unveiled this year’s top eight SingTel Grid Girls 2012 and their new uniforms on 2 August 2012. The ladies were chosen to showcase the energy, glitz and glamour of the Formula 1™ spirit.

Ranging in age from 18 to 23, this year’s SingTel Grid Girls contestants will fulfill their dreams to get closer to the race action, while adding beauty and glamour to the race track.

Members of the public will be able to vote for the top three Singaporean faces from among the eight finalists to flag off this year’s Singapore Grand Prix race.

Giving everyone a chance to be a SingTel Grid Girl

“This year, we extended the search for fresh local faces to our F1™ roadshows held across Singapore, in line with our campaign theme – “F1™ for Everyone”. There were many contenders and it was a tough decision for the judges,” Mr Johan Buse, Vice President of Consumer Marketing, SingTel.

“We raised the level of competition this year by allowing only eight instead of the usual 12 to make the cut. We are very happy with our finalists and invite the public to vote for their favourites and come down to meet them at our final roadshow – we guarantee that this year’s contest is going to be exciting,” Mr Buse said.

Local faces dressed by local designer

This year’s SingTel Grid Girls will be sporting striking outfits designed by local design talent, Ms Roslinda Abdul Rahman, winner of The Project Racetrack.

The Project Racetrack is an F1™ fashion design competition integrated with a 74-hour long fashion design training course conducted by the Textile and Fashion Industry Training Centre (also known as TaF.tc) and Singapore WSQ Develop Design Collection in partnership with SingTel, a platform for young aspiring designers to develop and showcase their creativity with F1™ as an inspiration.

Entering the competition with little experience in fashion design, Roslinda, a 26-year-old graphic designer stood out amongst her competition with a design concept that evokes a sense of youthful energy and feminine glamour, inspired by the stylish functional wear on female tennis players.

The SingTel Grid Girls uniform features eye-catching contrast details and flattering silhouettes in a vibrant palette of red and white; colours synonymous with “speed, glamour and technology”. Using lightweight and water-resistant fabric, the new uniform is designed to be stylish, yet comfortable on the race tracks.

“I have always enjoyed the F1™ races, and am extremely honoured and excited to see my designs on 55 SingTel Grid Girls for all to see at the world’s most glamorous motor racing event. This is really a chance of a lifetime and I want to make sure that each and every one of the Grid Girls looks chic, sporty and sassy,” said Ms Roslinda.

The uniforms for all 55 SingTel Grid Girls will be sponsored by local fashion design house ESTA PTE LTD.

Ms Esther Tay, CEO of ESTA PTE LTD, said, “The SingTel Grid Girls are an iconic sighting at the Formula 1™ SingTel Singapore Grand Prix every year, and we are happy to be producing the uniforms that they will be donning at this prestigious world class racing event.”

How to vote for the top three SingTel Grid Girls

After a round of auditions, the eight SingTel Grid Girls have earned their chance to be in the finals to vie for the coveted top three spots. The three finalists will be given the important role of holding the Singapore, Formula One™ and Singapore GP flags at the race in September. The top three 2012 SingTel Grid Girls will be crowned at the SingTel “F1™ for Everyone” Roadshow at East Coast Park on 2 September. This year, for the first time, the results will be based purely on online and SMS voting. The top three SingTel Grid Girls will win attractive cash prizes and be at the front of the starting grid on race day.

From 3 August to 27 August 2012, the public can find out more about and vote for their favourite SingTel Grid Girls at www.singtelrace.com or via SMS and stand to win a pair of Singapore Grand Prix Pit Grandstand Tickets worth $1,488. There will also be 10 consolation prizes of Singapore Grand Prix Goodie Bags merchandise worth $150 to giveaway.

Voting via SMS

To vote via SMS, type in this format, [Grid Girl’s code number <space> Name <space> NRIC], and send it to +65 9113 6891. The code numbers are:

  • GG1 – Priscilla Lee
  • GG2 – Esther Leong
  • GG3 – Arrian North
  • GG4 – Emily Chia
  • GG5 – Mabel Lim
  • GG6 – Victoria Yeo
  • GG7 – Rebecca Ly Dia Dore
  • GG8 – Ashvin Sandhu

 


Related News

This entry was posted in News and tagged . Bookmark the permalink.

Add your comment

Share your experience. For any feedback of the promotion or article, we suggest contacting the company directly as the comments are not always monitored.

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>






© 2010-2014 Singapore Promotions. All rights reserved. forums privacy policy about advertise submit news
The information and materials contained in this Website are provided "as is" and are to be used only as a reference. Whilst every effort is made to ensure that the information and materials are correct, we do not warrant their accuracy, adequacy or completeness and expressly disclaim any liability for any errors or omissions in the information or materials. By accessing this Website you agree that SINGAPORE-PROMOTIONS.COM will not be liable for any direct, indirect, or consequential loss arising from the use of the information contained either here or in external links. Certain images, trademarks, services marks and logos copyrights belong to their respective companies.