LINGAYEN, Pangasinan – Governor Amado I. Espino, III urged Pangasinenses to unite and support the bid of reigning Limgas na Pangasinan Annie Uson for the Miss Millennial Philippines crown.
Governor Espino, during the regular flag-raising ceremony of the provincial government held recently extoled Uson as he described her journey as a source of inspiration for the Pangasinense youth.
Joining the flag-raising ceremony, Uson thanked the provincial government and Pangasinenses for the unwavering support she receives on her bid for Miss Millenial Philippines, a pageant segment of the country’s longest-running noontime show Eat Bulaga held for its 38th anniversary.
She further sought every Pangasinense’s support for her to be able to win the much-coveted crown by joining her crusade in promoting Miss Millenial Pangasinan’s page through the social media.
To gain more support, Uson has actively visiting various schools and local government units as well.
The live pageant and coronation of Miss Millenial 2017 will be held at the Broadway Centrum, Aurora Boulevard in Quezon City on September 30 and will be aired via GMA 7.
According to The Philippine Pageantry page, the advocacy of the beauty contest launched by one of the country’s most popular shows not just to show the physical beauty and intellect of young Filipinas. More than this, the show has conceptualized a deeper reason to promote not just physical attributes of each candidate by showcasing the individual hometown or home province of the ladies.
As the road to the crown is getting near, Pangasinenses are urged to power up and show our all-out support to our very own Anie Uson by liking and sharing her videos on Facebook: Miss Millennial Pangasinan, Twitter: @MMPhPangasinan, and Instagram: @missmillennialpangasinan for her to bring home the much-coveted crown.
By Dexter A. See