American male grooming products brand Old Spice has scouted the nation in search for Filipinos who have spiced up their rides by going the extra mile in the things they are passionate about while looking good and feeling confident.
Two standout men were recognized: Noel Agra, who is not just a well-trained chef but also an avid obstacle course racer, and Christian Busby, a model whose passions include blogging and going on adventures.
“As a fat kid, I have always loved food so I decided to become a chef. While for obstacle course racing, I did one with my dad two years ago and ever since, we got hooked and we wanted to share this love for obstacle course racing here in the Philippines,” shared Agra.
Meanwhile, Busby, a Filipino-English model, and travel-oriented blogger shared, “Since I was young, I already love exploring new things, learning about new cultures. The thing that fascinates me is just seeing a different culture and trying to adapt.”
For those who want to man-up and become a man’s man, Agra shared a memorable quote from Kung Fu Panda 3, “If you only do what you can, you will never be more than what you are now.” That, for him, has always kept him growing and has always challenged him.
Busby, on the other hand, has two secrets for success. First, one has to set goals that are really high and then reach for it. Second, “You got to be confident in yourself. Groom yourself well, put Old Spice on you and smell good. Confidence is a huge key.”
Agra and Busby are the examples of men Old Spice wants to honor in its Spice Up Your Ride promo, where a lucky guy gets to win an exclusive Old Spice edition Ducati SuperSport motorbike.
To join the promo, participants simply need to purchase any Old Spice product and go to www.oldspiceph.net, where they will have to fill out personal information, contact details, and the receipt number of the purchased product. The promo runs until Oct. 31, and the draw is on Nov. 5.
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