After a stiff competition on Saturday evening June 17th, the 2017 Gen-Y Factor Winner was District 3, Ms. Shauna-Kay Miller.
The event was held at the Sir Rupert Briercliffe Hall and hosted by Kareem Nelson-Hull and also saw a packed audience.
Miller won monetary awards; and original song written and produced by Grammy Award nominated producer, Andrew 'Drusky' Scott, plus free legal consultancy services from award winning Entertainment Attorney, Natasha Cobham, for the duration of the contract.
Also, a free recording session with HomeGrown Studio; ambassadorial duties for telecommunication provider and event sponsor, Digicel; and many other prizes.
The other contenders were Kathlyn Archibald, District one; Jada Hodge, District two; Essynce Evans, District four; Lebritnie Legair, District five; Janae Estridge, District six; Lorenzo Thomas, District seven; Zabdiel France; District eight and Kadija Roberts, District nine.
"Fantastic job by all the contestants and an impressive turnout by the community in support of their district representative (s)," commented Premier Hon. Orlando Smith.
- Source: BVIHotpress.com