De Mott Representing Drumheller

DeMottMcKinley Masters Residential Designer, Kristyne De Mott, will be representing Drumheller in Las Vegas.

A former valley resident will be representing Drumheller in Las Vegas.

McKinley Masters Residential Designer, Kristyne De Mott was selected to compete in the Tropic Beauty Model Search at the MGM Grand, in Las Vegas, Nevada. The contest will take place February 27 till March 3, with models competing from around the world.

“I am one of the top five Canadian models that came out of Calgary. There were 32 girls from Canada and the U.S and we competed during the Stampede,” said De Mott.

Competing in the competition has taken some dedication and a training schedule.

“I train a lot, I have a trainer in Calgary that I work with. I use a facility similar to Drumheller's to train in for about five to six days a week,” added De Mott.

De Mott says she is excited for the challenge and is looking forward to representing her hometown.

“I am excited to be spreading the word of Drumheller and wearing my Drumheller sash.”

If you want to head out to Vegas and show your support, or just learn more about the Tropic Model Beauty search “click here”.

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