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PHUKET: Phuket Football Club (Phuket FC) will be holding their second Hotel Cup competition and first ever Miss Hotel competition next month at the Republic Phuket football field in Chalong.

“The main purpose of organizing this event is to support the strong cooperation and friendship between all hotel businesses in Phuket through sport. Hotel employees can relax from work and play sports together,” Praphapon Songnissai, public relations officer of Phuket FC, told the Phuket Gazette.

“I have already sent out the letter to invite more than 80 hotels in Phuket. This year, hotels can put together a team, nominate some of their beautiful women for the Miss Hotel competition or both,” Ms Praphapon said.

Hotel operators are invited to submit their candidates and teams from now until September 6.

“We are looking to have 48 teams,” said Ms Praphapon. “Matches will be held from September 13 to 25, everyday, while the Miss Hotel candidates will have to pass through two different rounds of competition. One on September 12 and the other on September 26.”

The award ceremony for both competitions will be held on September 26.

Hotel Cup first place winners will receive 80,000 baht, while second and third place winners will receive 50,000 baht and 10,000 baht accordingly.

The Miss Hotel first place winner will receive 20,000 baht, with 10,000 baht and 5,000 baht going to second and third place contestants.

Registration is 3,000 baht with a 1,000-baht deposit for each team.

Interested candidates may contact Phuket FC by emailing or by calling 076-280 144.

— Kongleaphy Keam

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