Last August 19, 2019 at Teatrino Promenade Greenhills, San Juan City, a 4th year high school student from Sampaloc, Manila and a 23-year-old aspiring actor from Marikina City were proclaimed as the winners of the first edition of Augustus Scents Ambassadors 2019. Thomas Anselmo and Mhelbie Ashley Carig bested 28 other finalists of the inaugural search and took home P100, 000 cash each, other valuable prizes and a chance to be the 2020 Product Endorser of Augustus Perfume.
First runner-up honors went to early favorite Allen Ong Molina of Tarlac and Jemyla Nicole Velilla of Bulacan while Lennard Wesley Angat from Sta. Rosa Laguna and pageant veteran Nicole Miñano of Caloocan City were proclaimed 2nd runners-up.
Panel of judges include Dr. Risa Caldoza (Beauty queen and TV host), Myla Gonzalo Tsutaichi, Simone Nadine Bornilla (Youth ambassador/beauty queen and swimwear designer), Ms. Leandrea Batingan (Miss Tourism Ambassador Universe 2019), Barmae Chua (Ms. Amore Philippines 2019),
Avon Morales (Mrs. Asia Pacific Global 2019) and many other well-known personalities.
Guest performers Ms. Anna Patricia Dimaano & Mara Aragon.
The coronation night was held in Teatrino Greenhills, San Juan after almost 3 months of pre-pageant activities. RDH Entertainment Network head Richard Hiñola was very happy with the outcome of the search and thankful to all the people who supported and get involved during the course of the competition.
Executives of Augustus Scents were all present led by their CEO and president Jack Jakosalem. Likewise, he is very pleased with the successful outcome of the first Augustus Scents Ambassadors 2019 and looking forward to more years of the search.
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