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Mr Gay New Zealand 2018 Registrations Now Open

Mr Gay New Zealand 2018
Registrations Now Open

Individuals aiming to become the next Mr. Gay New Zealand are officially able to register their interest in the annual competition as of today.

The 2018 competition which will select New Zealand’s official representative in the 2018 Mr. Gay World, follows on from the first-ever openly HIV Positive Mr. Gay World Contestant, Mr. Gay New Zealand 2017 Charlie Tredway.

Charlie Tredway said, “It was such an honour representing New Zealand at Mr. Gay World this year.”

“Having the opportunity to go beyond my comfort zone for advocacy and community involvement was a life-changing experience, one I can’t recommend highly enough.”

“As Mr. Gay New Zealand you get to speak to issues you are passionate about on the world stage and forge lifelong friendships with the other contestants. It’s something I will cherish forever.”

Tredway who traveled to Spain in one of the largest and most competitive Mr. Gay World Competition seen to-date took part in a wide variety of tasks and challenges before the final which was held in Gran Canaria.

Applicants in this years Mr. Gay New Zealand competition will conduct a series of online tasks including a fundraising challenge, prior to the final which will be held at the 2018 Ending HIV Big Gay Out, on February 1at Coyle Park in Pt Chevalier, Auckland.

Candidates for the Mr. Gay New Zealand competition are chosen for attributes that include Leadership, Relatability, Communication, and their ability to Engage with the wider LGBTI community.

You can register for the 10th annual Mr. Gay New Zealand

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