Prime Event Productions Philippines (PEPPS) promises a great show in the inaugural Man of the World Pageant on July 29 with more than 40 candidates from all over the world competing for the title.
The Manila-based Man of the World Pageant is expected to rival major male pageants including Manhunt International, Mr. International and Mr. World in terms of presentation, objective and advocacy. PEPPS, the owner of Misters of Filipinas, headed by its president Carlo Morris Galang, plans to tie up with the tourism and educational sectors in line with the pageants theme giving importance on the value of education and promoting tourism, and to further uplift the image of male pageantry.
The Man of the World Pageant, as the newest international male pageant, will change the way people look at male pageantry. The contestants will experience great adventure filled with prestige, glamor and fun, which will take place in the top tourist spots around the Philippines from July 19-30. The initial Man of the World pageant, in line with its theme “Celebrating Masculinity with Responsibility,” will bring forth a new advocacy, which will emphasize the importance of education and career development. Man of the World promises a unique experience not only for the candidates but also for the people who will come to watch the pageant.
Like the recent Miss Universe pageant in Manila, Man of the World will leave no stone unturned to promote the best of the Philippines. The Beach Wear Competition photo and video shoots will have the finest beaches in the country to serve as backdrop. All the candidates will visit the country’s finest schools to promote the pageant’s cause.
The opening ceremonies will feature the National Costume Parade and Competition, Press Presentation, Official Sashing Ceremony and Advocacy Ceremony. A series of Fashion Show will highlight the pageants Charity Events and Auction. Two fast-track events, Talent of the World and World’s Choice, will also be highly anticipated during the preliminaries.
Misters of Filipinas-Man of the World 2016 Christopher Comicho Dulagan, a 23-year-old, police inspector, is currently in deep preparation as the Philippine representative. Some of the confirmed delegates are Algeria’s Fahd Mike, Brazil’s Anderson Tomazini, Canada’s Boo Punzalan, Colombia’s Christian Hernandez, Ghana’s Abdul Nasir Tofik, Iran’s Koushan Zalehizadeh, Malta’s Iven Mercieca, Moldova’s Victor Suiu, Nepal’s Sandeep Pokhrel, Puerto Rico’s Troy Santana, Slovakia’s Marian Babinsky, Spain’s Mark Tarres and Thailand’s Phiratthapong Mooltributis.
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