A wide array of activities for men at ManCon February 18

Mar 24, 2017 | Same topic: Up-to-date consumer reports
ManCon was held in Metro Walk in Pasig City on February 18 for Filipino guys.
It probably is not only women who should take life easy after hard work once in a while. Men also toil and need a time out to recuperate. On February 18, a ManCon - the great event for Filipino men was held in Metro Walk in Pasig City.

The all-day event was packed with exhibits and activities. It showcased sports activities for men who want to improve their health and stretch the limits of their physical strength and power; fashion and grooming for those who are more concerned about their appearance; and of course, vehicles and motorcycles for those who love speed and mobility; and a wide array of playthings and pleasurable pastimes to engage a man’s mind and body.

During the day, event-goers were encouraged to try out different activities: kicking soccer balls, shooting hoops, swinging golf clubs, and throwing footballs. Several booths also were set up to offer clothing, sporting goods, and toys for attendees. It was a day for them to experience life to the fullest and be the successful men of the games.

A fleet of desirable cars including Porsches, a Corvette and a Ferrari were on display just outside of the venue. The attendees witnessed in excitement the drifting show performed with a Mazda MX-5.

For men, getting burnout is probably out of the question. Therefore, making time for interests and passions are needed for them to balance work and life while keeping an active healthy lifestyle at the same time. For sure, the favorable affair deserves a follow-up as evidenced by the warm response of the public.
 
Cars are on display

The all-day event was packed with exhibits and activities

Activies for men

Event-goers were encouraged to try out different activities

Cars are on display at the event

A fleet of desirable cars including Porsches, a Corvette and a Ferrari were on display just outside of the venue


Interview with event-goers

For men, getting burnout is probably out of the question