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Bartending Competition Rules

General Rules * Any violation of these rules may result in disqualification from the competition. * Any acts that display low integrity, poor taste or disrespect for the competition,Sponsors, host facility or event staff are subject to disqualification. * All bartenders must be on the location no later than 7:00am on Monday, 29th of February at NTC-Social Hall, 4th floor. * All bartenders Competing bartenders will not be allowed to wear logos of any companies conflicting with the sponsors of the event. * Music must be provided in CD Audio format (not MP3) and in its own case, properly labeled with your name and track number. It is highly recommended that you bring more than one copy of your music with you in case it is damaged or unreadable. * Event staff are not responsible for damaged or unreadable music.

Competition Rules * There will be a maximum of ten (10) competitors in the competition. * The entry fee for the competition is P500.00 * During the competition, participants are given 30 seconds time for set-up, and 30 seconds to clear up and leave stage. * Each competitor will have five (5) minutes of show time. * The top three (3) competitors will receive prizes. The prizes are P5, 000.00 for 1st, P3,000.00 for 2nd, and P2,000.00 for 3rd. * The participants must be in their chosen attire. * Participants should provide his/her ingredients for cocktail. He/she should bring his/her materials. * Participants shall mix 2 portions of the drink. (One with full presentation and the second will be divided into four (4) tasting glasses). This will be provided by the participants. * The sequence of the competition should be in draw lots. * Each participant will be required to mix his/her own concoction of cocktail on the spot and shall present, show glass for display and…...

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