Miss Republic of the Philippines, the sash and title worn by the likes of famous beauty queens Eva Reyes, Minnie Cagatao, Suzanne Gonzales, and Evangeline Pascual when they competed in Miss World in the 70’s, will have a new titleholder in 2015 to be known during the pageant’s grand coronation finals set on Sept. 9 at the Solaire Resort and Casino Theater in Parañaque.
Modern Filipinas who possess beauty and brain, of good moral character and at least 18 to 25 years of age are invited to apply for screening starting in May up to July 2015 and to be conducted in all the different regions around the country.
Successful applicants will automatically become grand finalists and will be joined by other finalists coming from various overseas Filipino communities in USA, Canada, Austria, Italy, Germany, Spain, UK, Belgium, Australia, New Zealand, Japan and Singapore.
Miss Republic of the Philippines PR consultant Romina Gervacio said that the pageant is unique in that it will award college and graduate school scholarships and the chance to travel extensively abroad for the winner who will promote her chosen platform. Miss Republic of the Philippines 2015 will embody the image of a modern Filipina in the global stage, act as ambassador of goodwill to promote national pride and cultural heritage, and contribute to the country’s positive image and economic progress.
Miss Republic of the Philippines aims to become a premier pageant to discover, develop and nurture Filipinas for them to achieve excellence and secure a bright future. The Miss RP organizers are committed to promote the spirit of achieving the best practices and highest standards in the pageant industry, and produce quality results in all areas of the competition.
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