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Training supervisor and multilingual; 10 Interesting Things You Need to Know About MUCP - Luzon, Mark Carluz Guiuo

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Mark Carluz Guiuo of Guimba, Nueva Ecija won the Mister United Continents Philippines - Luzon title on April 24, 2016 at the Tangahalang Pasigueno, Pasig City defeating some other contestants from around the country.

During the pageant, we saw how dedicated and responsible he is. Despite not being included in different pageant sites' predictions, he work hard towards winning by giving out his best. And while we wait to see what is in store for Mark in being a Mister United Continents Philippines - Luzon, we think that it's good time to know some interesting things about him. So, here are the 10 things that you probably didn't know about Mark Carluz Guiuo.



1.He was a Disc/Radio Jockey in a Provincial Radio Station. He previously worked as a disc and radio jockey under Manila Broadcasting Company in Nueva Ecija.

2.AB Development Communication  Graduate at CLSU. He finished his Bachelor of Arts in Development Communication at the Central Luzon State University.

3.Training Head Supervisor. He is currently working as a training head supervisior.



4.Boxer is his fave sleep wear. He feels comfortable sleeping wearing boxer shorts.

5.He loves his family so much. It's a no secret how he adores his family. He went home every now and then just to check on them. He is also a good provider.



6.He doesn't like "users". He finds user with no integrity. He doesn't like backstabber person either and those who doesn't know how to value respect.

7.He's in love. After the pageant he found his other sort of happiness and guess what, he is falling in love with someone?!. "I love C.....H.... and A. You will find out soon" he shared.




8.He's very observant. He wants everything to be validated and doesn't believe in hearsy unless proven.

9.He speaks 5 langauges. Aside from English and Filipino he speaks 3 other languages; Spanish, Mandarin and Nihongo.

10.He loves MUCP so much. He shared that MUCP taught him a lot of things and that made him more mentally prepared. "Thank you MUCP", he added.


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