It was like a 3-in-1 Press Launch that I attended earlier inside L’Opera Italian Restaurant at the Fort Strip. Prior to the serving of a well-prepared three-course Italian meal, the Philippine representatives to Mr. & Miss Diversity Culture International were formally introduced to all media professionals invited. Alvin Arranguez from Cebu and Renee Soraya Hassani from Q.C. will banner the country in the fashion/culture competition that will have its finals night on December 3 at the Newport Performing Arts Theater of Resorts World Manila. They confidently answered the questions thrown at them and made sure that they did their homework knowing what the international/cultural gathering is all about.
As of now, contestants from around fifty (50) countries have already confirmed their delegates to the event. By the end of the month, they should know the final number of heads participating.And then there is the send-off of our first-ever bet to Miss Teen International. The 2014 edition will be held in San Jose, Costa Rica from November 3-12. A pretty lass from Lucban – Patricia Danielle Cabawatan – previously a Miss Tourism World Philippines 2014 semifinalist, will be wearing the country’s sash in the beauty contest for teens from all over the world. She is visibly excited about her upcoming trip to Central America and promises to do her best in the contest.
Lastly, the formal announcement of Mister United Continent 2014 got underway. This is going to be the first homegrown international male pageant in the country which will be hosted come May next year. Our delegate to the same has not been selected yet, but I will keep you posted as soon as the casting call has been completed.
All in all, it was a successful press launch. Kudos to Blue Circle Events & Management for a well-attended activity. 🙂