Rotary Club of Manila 2015 Newspaper of the Year

Mrs. Philippines-Globe search for 2013

After the success of its Mrs. Philippines-Globe search last year, it is now back to celebrate Filipino women who possess that rare combination of beauty and substance.
(From left): Mrs. Philippines-Globe 2012 Jaycelyn Agsaway and National Pageant director Morena Carla Cabrera-Quimpo
One of the biggest international beauty pageants of its kind, Mrs. Philippines-Globe honors Filipina women of substance who play an important role in the society. It salutes women who do not let age and civil status get in the way of fulfilling their dreams, and whose achievements, charitable acts and life stories serve as inspiration to others. On its second year, Mrs. Philippines-Globe is bound to become bigger and better as it opens its doors not only to married women but also to single mothers. This year, the pageant will also hold screenings in key cities and provinces in the country. Out of all the applicants, pageant officials will choose 20 Official Candidates who will compete for the coveted crown during the National pageant night set on May 25, at New World Hotel. More importantly, she will also have the rare opportunity to represent the Philippines in the Mrs. Globe 2013 World Finals at Shenzhen, China on September. More than just a celebration of beauty, Mrs. Globe in the US is affiliated with The Women In Need Foundation, which aims to help abused women and children recover their self-esteem. The pageant emphasizes that women have the right to be heard, loved and respected. Interested parties may download application forms at Mrs. Philippines-Globe 2013s website at Special screenings will also be held simultaneously on April 2, in Pampanga, Cebu and Davao. GMA and South Luzon screening will be on April 6. Deadline of Entries is on March 20. For more information about Mrs. Philippines-Globe, you may log on to its website or the pageants official Facebook page at
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