Sydney’s Annual Search for the Hottest Man in a Suit
The annual search for Sydney’s Hottest Man in a Suit returns – with extra sizzle. Bars March is holding its second Mr CBD, the unique male beauty competition for men in suits, where flirting is all for a good cause: Animal Welfare League NSW!
The competition is currently open for entries from the general public, so either enter yourself if you’re a savvy suit-wearing gent, or nominate someone you know, to be in with a chance of being the second Bars March Mr CBD winner!
Six finalists will be selected and invited to parade at the charity gala final at The Argyle, The Rocks, on Thursday 20th March, which is being hosted by Bars March brand ambassadors TV personality and vet Dr Katrina Warren, and former CLEO Bachelor of The Year David Whitehill, who is no stranger to winning male beauty contests!
At the gala the audience will put their hands in their pockets to bid to choose the winner, and the finalist attracting the highest overall bid wins the Mr CBD 2014 title. As well as the title Mr CBD will also win a fabulous bespoke prize consisting of an Institchu tailored suit, Pugnacious George Essentials Pack and an incredible gentleman’s SpaQ package from QT Hotels. All the proceeds from the auction go to AWL NSW.
Last year, the final was hotly contested before an enthusiastic 200-plus audience, by a mix of handsome bankers, IT boys, salesmen, and lawyers. The winner was Angelo Bouras, a real estate agent from Potts Point, who still wears his sash with pride! So to be in with a chance of winning this year it’s easy to enter, all that is required is a current photo, name, age and occupation to be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
So gentlemen, step up to the challenge and show how to work that suit! Ladies: nominate your co-worker, friend or – even better – boss!
And to come along on the night and bid for the winner simply register at http://www.eventbrite.com/e/mr-cbd-2014-tickets-10814609789?aff=rss
Mr CBD 2014 – The most fun you’ll ever have in a suit!
To find out more, visit www.barsmarch.com