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Gay Caribbean USA Pageant celebrates fifth anniversary
Published on September 19, 2013 Email To Friend    Print Version

BROOKLYN, USA -- The Gay Caribbean USA Pageant celebrates its fifth year of existence with the staging of this year’s pageant on Saturday, September 28, at the Restoration Plaza, Brooklyn, New York.

The lineup is made up of male impersonators and transgender contestants who will be representing various islands in the Caribbean archipelago. The organizers said they are proud that the event attracts contestants who are based outside the US who fly in to represent their islands.

The Gay Caribbean USA Pageant has solidified itself as a staple on the Caribbean Brooklyn social calendar as it continues to help bridge the gap between the gay and heterosexual communities.

Details of the pageant can be obtained at
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