Queen of Quezon City 2018 search is on

posted August 29, 2018 at 06:00 pm
by  Manila Standard Showbitz
To celebrate respect, equality, pride, and empowerment, Quezon City is now accepting applicants for Queen of Quezon City 2018, a pageant open to all transwomen. 

To qualify, applicants must be a resident of Quezon City, at least 18 years old, 5’5” in height, with proportional body measurement and has reached 2nd-year college or its vocational-technical school equivalent.

Candidates must present proof of residency, which includes a barangay residency certificate of at least six months and a Quezon City voters’ identification or Commission on Elections certificate. Applicants must also secure an endorsement from the Barangay Pride Council, with an approval from the Barangay Chairperson.

Apart from the above, drug test results and National Bureau of Investigation or Police Clearance must also be submitted.  

The organizers also said it will favor candidates with a strong sense of social awareness. Applicants must not have an existing management contract. Should applicants win, titleholders must be willing to fulfill her respective duties and responsibilities for one year.

Forms are available at Quezon City barangay halls. Alternatively, hopefuls may download application forms at the pageant’s Facebook page, which is  https://www.facebook.com/queenofquezoncity/.  

Forms must be submitted personally at VPF Creative Marketing Communications, located at the 3rdfloor of PM Building,  24 Matalino Street,  Central, Quezon City.

Deadline of entries is  Sept. 7. For inquiries, call 2944813.

Topics: Quezon City , Queen of Quezon City 2018 , transwomen , VPF Creative Marketing Communications
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