PRLog - Nov. 6, 2012 - SUBIC BAY FREEPORT, Philippines -- Ocean Warriors from different regions competed for the title as this year’s Miss SCUBA Philippines 2012 last November 4, 2012 as the “Save My Bay”-Save Capones Island Campaign Project was simultaneously launched at the beachfront of The Lighthouse Marina Resort. Janice Lubina was the crowned winner and representative of the Philippines in the Miss SCUBA International competition that will take place in Bali, Indonesia on November 30, 2012. The winning delegate will campaign for ocean conservation to educate and inspire the public to safeguard the oceans.
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"I'm so glad and excited to be crowned as the first Miss SCUBA Philippines 2012", Janice Lubina remarked. She further added, "We must give back to nature. I will do my best to set an example by raising awareness and encourage everyone to keep our oceans clean."
The Miss SCUBA International Organization is founded by Mr. Robert Lo, who is also the proprietor of the Sipadan Mabul Resort (SMART) and Mabul Water Bungalows. Mr. Lo is a strong believer in sustainable development within the realms of our marine environment, with the hopes of sharing the advocacy and wonders of the ocean world with the mantra: "Saving Oceans Through Beauty". He extended his mission here in the Philippines by appointing Mac Taug as the National Director for the pageant.
Among other highlights include the titles for Karla Camille Manalonzo as Miss Marine Conservation 2012, Christine Paula Love Berneso as Miss Marine Tourism 2012, Jane May Cuyugan as Miss SCUBA Philippines 2012 1st runner up and Ma. Angela Espinosa as Miss SCUBA Phlippines 2012 2nd runner up.
Hand in hand with the "Save My Bay" campaign project, and in collaboration with other partners for this event, will include several sectors of the government (DOT, DENR, Government of Zambales) and other organizations. This event will engage the community to protect, preserve and learn to co-exist with nature while creating awareness on the current threats in our ocean while promoting responsible tourism.
This event is made possible by the following:
The Lighthouse Marina Resort, International Container Terminal Services Inc., Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority, Government of Zambales, Boardwalk Dive Center, Eco-Coral Corporation, Earth Day Network, Trocadero Bar & Restaurant, Pageant Vote Online, Rotary Club of Cubao West, International Yachting Fellowship of Rotarians (IYFR), Watercraft Ventures, RAN Events, SOPHIE Paris-Philippines
SubicTimes.com, FOX International Channel, Active Boating & Watersports, Sidetrip Magazine, Expat Newspaper, Expat Magazine, Experience Travel & Living, Mabuhay Magazine, Klite 97.5, and 89.5 Subic Bay FM.
Special thanks to:
Director Rogel Flores, Ms. Eren Tumali, SM City Olongapo, San Miguel Corporation, The Atrium Salon & Ayala Land Premier (New Manila Group)
For inquiries and reservations, contact:
THE LIGHTHOUSE MARINA RESORT
Subic Line (Tel/Fax): (+63 47) 252.5000 or (+63 47) 252.7545 or visit the website: www.lighthousesubic.com.
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