CopperMask Philippines shows support for Miss Universe Philippines 2020 Rabiya Mateo
MANILA, Philippines – Miss Universe Philippines 2020 Rabiya Matero astounded millions of viewers during the national costume competition last May 14, 2021 with her Philippine flag-inspired costume designed by the late Filipino designer Rocky Gathercole.
“A symbol of courage and strength of an independent woman” — that was how her costume was described during the competition.
Filipino fans enthusiastically showed their support for Rabiya Mateo on Monday, May 17, during the 69th Miss Universe 2020 coronation.
CopperMask Philippines was among the millions of supporters who showed their love for Rabiya, showing its support with the launching of its newest billboard at Edsa Orense.
The billboard bears this message:
“To one of our symbols of hope & light in these trying times.
Best of luck and may the universe conspire in your favor, Ms. Rabiya Mateo.”
CopperMask Philippines has given its full support for the Ilongga beauty queen since the start of her Miss Universe journey.
CopperMask Philippines is the first and 100% guaranteed original CopperMask in the market. It is made from infused copper strands and it provides a blocking defense that helps keep respiratory droplets from spreading.
CopperMask is reusable and washable for up to 30 days. The redesigned CopperMask includes no-hole “enclosed” protection filter, which is washable and can be used up to three times. This new filter helps protect the user by blocking most infectious droplets. It also has a validation card to ensure customers purchase the original mask.
Rabiya Mateo, though very positive and aiming to bring home the fifth Miss Universe crown for the country, managed to get only into the top 21 o Monday.
But as she said in one of her interviews: “I may or may not win the crown. But one thing is for sure: I’m going to make Filipinos proud.”
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