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Beauty queens, models invade Bohol

Like the rest of the Filipinos, Boholanos or Bol-anons are great admirers of beauty. Not known to many, Bohol is the home of several national and international beauty queens and celebrities. Miss World Philippines 2006 Ana Mariz Igpit, and Miss Tourism Queen International 2004 Noela Mae Evangelista are just two of them.

Miss Olive-C in Bohol with friends

Last Saturday and Sunday, Miss Earth Air 2012 Stephany Stefanowitz, Miss Olive-C Campus Model Philippines 2013 Chelsea Starling, Miss Olive-C Campus Model Philippines 2015 Princess Jayme were joined by Manila male models Karl Aquino and JP Burgdorf in gracing the 70th anniversary of Bohol Quality Mall. They toured around the mall and made some autograph-signing sessions and photo ops with their fans.

Miss Olive-C 2015 with male models

Jim Acosta, chief executive officer of Psalmstre, made this beauty queen and model invasion in the land of the world’s smallest primate, the tarsier, possible. “It’s our company’s way of showing our support to our loyal business partner BQ Mall on the occasion of their 70th anniversary and, of course, our way of extending our gratitude to the Boholanos for their patronage to our trusted products New Placenta for men and women and Olive-C. We take this opportunity to thank everybody for the warm welcome. Truly, Bohol is a paradise, a beauty to reckon with” he said.

For Bol-anons, it was such a great treat for them. These beauty queens and models gave them inspiration to pursue honing their talent and achieving their dreams.

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