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7 titles at stake at Misters of Filipinas 2016

The country’s hottest and most prestigious male pageant officially started as Misters of Filipinas 2016 presented to the media 27 desirable and dynamic candidates at One Canvas Events Place in Makati City recently.

The 27 aspirants who will vie for the seven titles at stake include Filipino overseas representatives Jam Acero of Australia, Franc Canson of Italy and Jeremiah Nicolas of Melbourne. The titles are Mister International Philippines, Manhunt International Philippines, Mister Globe Philippines, Man of the World Philippines, Man of the Year Philippines, Mister Southeast Asian Philippines and the newest addition Mister Supranational Philippines.

Three candidates from the original selection of 30 were disallowed to continue for various reasons that did not conform to the strict policies of the Prime Event Productions Philippines Foundation Inc (PEPPS), founder of the pageant headed by its president Carlo Morris Galang

Misters of Filipinas seeks to find Filipino men who can bring honor to the country as well as to empower them by providing a platform for social responsibility.

PEPPS has so far succeeded in giving honor to the Philippines through June Macasaet and Neil Perez who brought home the Manhunt International and Mister International titles in 2012 and 2014, respectively, and the latest in Karan Singhdole winning at the Man of the Year 2016 pageant in Indonesia.

The finals of Misters of Filipinas 2016 will be tomorrow at Newport Performing Arts Theater, Resorts World Manila. Tickets are available at ticketworld.com.ph.

Topics: Misters of Filipinas 2016 , Jam Acero , Franc Canson , Jeremiah Nicolas , Carlo Morris Galang , June Macasaet , Neil Perez , Karan Singdole
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