THE co-founder of a Vale fitness business will be judging this year's Miss England final.
Zoe Evans, co-founder of Xtreme Boot Camps, will be at the finals this weekend at The Riviera International Conference Centre, Torquay.
The competition concludes on Monday when the 2014 Miss England is crowned.
Joining Zoe on the panel will be the reigning Miss England, Kirsty Heslewood, and other industry professionals.
As the official Miss England boot camp, Xtreme Boot Camps will also be undertaking a tough military-style fitness session at the final putting 60 contestants through their paces. The winner will be crowned Miss Sportswoman and then fast-tracked into the final 15 of the competition.
“Xtreme Boot Camps is proud to work with Miss England and for me personally being chosen as a judge is a great honour,” said Zoe.
"Our boot camps test people’s determination to succeed and this we continue to see in all the Miss England hopefuls.”
As a mature student bringing up her two young children, Zoe won a scholarship to attend The Inns of Court School of Law in London before commencing a successful legal career in the pharmaceuticals industry. She thrived in the male-dominated environment.
Zoe’s business acumen is first-rate and she has successfully built companies and delivered significant returns for investors. She remains an inspiration to women of all ages who wish to succeed, either in business or in their chosen lifestyle.
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