Docomo Pacific is major sponsor of UFO’s ‘That’s My Boy’ contest

Docomo Pacific is now the major sponsor of the United Filipino Organizations’ “That’s My Boy” contest.

UFO president Annamae Adaza said they are still looking for more sponsors and donors.

The contest will be held at the Saipan World Resort on Dec. 14, 2014, a Sunday.

“We have 16 young boys who will be vying for the title of ‘That’s My Boy’ 2014,” Adaza said.

They will be competing in the following categories: production number, talent portion, formal wear, and question-and-answer portion.

Adaza said they will be giving out special awards as well: That’s My Boy Friendship, Most Photogenic, Star Award, Best in Talent, Best in Formal Wear, Spirit Award, and Charity Award, in addition to cash prizes.

“For the production number of the kids, their clothes will be sponsored by Mary Ann Cabael of Natasha Sundance Service Center,” she said.

Prizes will be $500 for first place; $400 for second place; $300 for third place; $200 for fourth place; and $100 for fifth.

Adaza said all participants will receive certificates of participation and other consolation prizes.

For more details on sponsorship, call Adaza, at 483-5237, UFO secretary Mario Mayuga at 285-1021, event chair Nel Atalig at 233-3854, or event director Ernie Molina at 789-8212.

Jayson Camacho | Reporter
Jayson Camacho covers community events, tourism, and general news coverages. Contact him at jayson_camacho@saipantribune.com.

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