While the country has turned down the hosting of the Miss Universe 2017, Manila is set to host the Mister Tourism Universe 2017 in October. The maiden Mister Universe Tourism pageant will gather exceptional representatives from all over the world, between the ages 18 to 28, and compete during the grand Coronation Night with the corresponding title as “Mister Universe Tourism.”
The Mister Universe Tourism pageant is an initiative of “Kabataang Sama-samang Maglilingkod (KASAMA), Inc. which is also the organizer of the annual Mr. and Miss Philippine Youth (now on its 17th year) which discovered celebrities Onemig Bondoc, Rico Yan, and Dindong Dantes, among others.
“What makes the new Mister Universe Tourism distinct from all other male pageants is that this pageant is envisaged to be an excellent foundation for handsome and bright man, who has the passion and commitment to show the beauty of world culture, heritage and values, while promoting their individual advocacies. We aim to promote the spirit of achieving best practice standards in the pageant industry; committed to create the best possible image for the individual on the global scale, and we recognize the value of partnerships in creating successful results for the pageant and achieving our vision of goodwill and unity in the global arena,” said Gerald D. Ortiz, Quezon Province 4th District board member, Founder and Chairman of Mister Universe Tourism pageant.
Mister Universe Tourism 2017 will have delegates from various cities in North and South America, Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia and Antartica. The grand winner will be awarded ambassador role and will travel extensively, promoting his particular platform of interest, and to take an active part to help advance Tourism, which is the main objective of the pageant,”
One grand winner and two runners-up will be selected. The titleholder will receive a 3-day Holiday Vacation in Boracay, $1,000 cash and $2,000 r worth of wardrobe and fashion jewelry.
Mister Universe Tourism 2017 will be held starting Oct. 5 with the delegates expected to visit some of the country’s top tourist destinations during their 10-day stay in the Philippines, culminating in the finals on Oct. 15 at the GSIS Theater in Pasay City.
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