Angeles City promises ‘grandest, most prestigious’ Mutya Ning Angeles 2022

ANGELES CITY — The city government here is gearing up for the “grandest and most prestigious” Mutya Ning Angeles 2022 on Dec. 8 at the Grand Palazzo Royale.

Mayor Carmelo “Pogi” Lazatin, Jr. said up for grabs for the grand winner are ₱1 million worth of prizes.

“This event has been one for the books for Angeles City, being a symbol of the city’s resiliency,” Lazatin furthered.

The 30th year of the prestigious pageant will be co-presented by the Beautéderm Corporation led by its President and Chief Executive Officer Rei Anicoche-Tan.

The working committee has been conducting a series of meetings, latest of which was held on August 2, 2022 at the city-run Kapebaluan café.

Lazatin’s Chief Adviser IC Calaguas, Executive Assistant IV Reina Manuel, and Angeles City Tourism Officer-in-Charge Anneleen Antonio-Sugui are the leading heads of the working committee. 

Among the members of the working committee are Angeles City Economic Development and Investment Promotions Officer Irish Bonus-Llego, and ACTO Consultant Cecille Flores-Sanchez.

The GFP Productions of Gerome Esguerra, Frederick Policarpio, and Poklong Guina will also assist the city’s prestigious event with Marlon Tuazon, Rosette Ramos-Biag, Marna Dagumboy-Del Rosario, and Cecil Carreon.

“We are happy to announce that after the two-year hiatus of the MNA, we will finally see Angeleña women back onstage — flaunting their beauty and wit,” Manuel said. 

Apart from this, Antonio-Sugui said that locally made wardrobe will be showcased in the upcoming pageant.

Ang utos po ni Mayor Lazatin, lahat po ng gagamiting official wardrobe sa MNA ay Angeleño made,” the city tourism head explained. 

Once final, details of the pageant will be announced right away, according to Antonio-Sugui. 

To recall, the pageant was created in 1992 after the Mt. Pinatubo eruption. Its first coronation night was held at the Holy Angel University (HAU), with Crisanta Delfin as the first title holder.

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