Next week, February 27 to be exact, Gentlemen of the Philippines will hold its Grand Launch at 2Go Travel’s The Hub @Kilometer 0 in the heart of Rizal Park, City of Manila. This will serve as a coming-out event to members of the media for the male competition that will seek to name the country’s representatives to Mister Model International 2016 in New Delhi, Mister Universal Ambassador 2016 in Bali, Mister Tourism International 2017 in Panama City, Mister Worldwide 2016 in Orlando and the inaugural edition of Mister Tourism World also in Bali.
Now some of you might ask – what makes Gentlemen of the Philippines – made up of Rein Villareal, Arcel Yambing, Willan Pagayon, Jolo Dayrit and Rick Kristoffer Palencia plus Kevin Fichera – different from the other national male pageants out there? Their advocacies.
As main thrusts, the focus will zero in on two important causes: 1) Climate Change Adaptation & Disaster Risk Reduction Management (CCA & DRRM) and 2) Violence Against Women. The organizers – Gentlemen Charities Incorporated (GCI) – did not choose these important issues to grandstand by using big words. On the contrary, such concerns are being given emphasis so as to re-educate people, bring about more dedicated change and set apart their efforts from the usual norm. Besides, wouldn’t it be just right for the Gentlemen to maximize their efforts for the protection of small communities as well as fighting against the abuse of women? It all makes perfect sense.
Of course, there are also other areas that need to be given importance, such as Tourism & Culture, Youth Affairs, Health & Wellness and Fashion & Style. These are sub-par concerns that will be equally distributed among the winners depending on their respective assignments abroad.
Aged 18-27 years; with a minimum height of 5’10”; Strictly with Filipino lineage; Preferably but not strictly College graduate or College level; can express himself adequately in English; with a physically fit body; and most importantly, ready and willing to learn and take on the stated advocacies of the organization
Email your letter of interest in joining along with a short bio and two (2) photos – 1 close-up and 1 full body – to: email@example.com
Gentlemen of the Philippines – more than good looks. 🙂