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Rogin-E makes men feel like bosses at FHM 100 sexiest victory party



MANILA, Philippines — Rogin-E, the ultimate man’s vitamin, took center stage in the FHM 100 sexiest victory party held recently at the World Trade Center.

Models of Rogin-E dominated the runway before the FHM 100 sexiest women set the stage on fire.

Wearing black leather and carrying mobster-style machine guns and briefcases, the Rogin-E models gave the hundreds of men who came to the party more than what they paid for.

Mafia-inspired

Eight models walked the runway in glamorous Mafia-inspired outfits. Each pair represented four distinct Mafia countries—Italy, Russia, Mexico and China. The overall design, fabric and gimmick of their dresses reflected the iconic look of their respective countries.

Each model flaunted different Mafia weapons associated with the country they represented: AK-47 for Russia; Tomy guns for Italy; Long guns for Mexico; and Hook swords for China.

The last model dressed in neutral-designed latex body suit in maroon, representing the Rogin-E consigliere, signaled the start of the final gimmick.

The finale had Rogin-E Consigliere entered the stage carrying sleek black attache cases just like the one carried by underbosses. As they walked down the ramp, they were followed by the Mafia ladies, this time, also carrying their own black attache cases.

All eight models then executed a choreographed exchange of attache cases, the execution and the fell were very fierce, like a high-stakes deal being done among real mafias.

The crowd went wild when the Rogin-E models opened their briefcases and revealed packets of Rogin-E multivitamins soft gel capsules which they eagerly threw into the ecstatic crowd.

Bosses’ lair

The men also got a taste of how it’s like to be a mob boss in Rogin-E’s two-story booth that has an authentic gangster lair feel complete with a mini-bar, a Godfather-style throne, and four gorgeous lady-mobsters representing the mafia groups, all ready to serve or interact.

Besides the four sexy ladies—the Italian mafioso, Chinese triad boss, Mexican connection mafia, Russian mafia—there’s the Rogin-E hench women.

They are lady mobsters who continuously seduce and serve the boss: the shopkeeper (seller); bellhop-lady butler who welcomed and escorted and assisted in dressing up the visitors in the lair; the bartender, the pit boss who was both roulette assistant and server of the drinks; and paparazzi posers who assisted in the photo area.

Called Rogin-E Boss’s Lair, inside men had their chance to be photographed—and later projected on the LED TV for all the men to see and envy—as they sat on the Godfather-inspired throne at the second floor.

The brave men who got a taste of Rogin-E’s mafia booth went away with a souvenir photo that they can show off to all their friends and an unforgettable experience of being the man on top.

As how Rogin E would put it: Be the man on top, whether in the boardroom and the bedroom.

16 million votes

Filipino-Spanish beauty, actress Marian Rivera, led the FHM 100 sexiest women, followed by model-actress Sam Pinto, who topped last year’s poll.

FHM said more than 16 million votes were cast this year.

“The final tally saw Marian raking in a total of 890,490 votes against Sam’s 778,681,” FHM posted on its website.

The rest of the women in the top 10 were Angel Locsin, Jennylyn Mercado, Cristine Reyes, Solenn Heussaff, Ellen Adarna, Anne Curtis, Jackie Rice, and Empress Schuck.

The rest of the 100 sexiest women of FHM who graced the catwalk during the victory party were:

Alyzza Agustin, Saicy Aguila, Karen Bordador, Jade Lopez, Sara Polverini, Yassi Coo, Eda Nolan, Kristine Santamena, Gwen Garci, Chloe Dauden, Danielle Castano, Sanya Smith, Roxee B., Sheree, Pauleen So, Andrea Del Rosario, Danica Torres, Linda Persson, Jana Victoria, Red Dela Cruz, Jahziel Manabat, Ornussa Cadness, Abby Poblador, Jacq Yu, Aubrey Miles, Meg Imperial, Monica Mendoza, Yam Concepcion, Regine Angeles, Jef Gaitan, Ritz Azul, Ehra Madrigal, Daiana Menezes, LJ Reyes, Bangs Garcia, Michelle Madrigal, Glaiza de Castro, Ryza Cenon, Rufa Mae Quinto, Jinri Park, and Jackie Rice. (advt)

Rogin-E is Multivitamins + Minerals + Deanol + Royal Jelly + Korean Panax Ginseng formulated for the Man on Top.

First posted 10:09 pm | Tuesday, July 23rd, 2013


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Tags: Health , Lifestyle , Men , Rogin-E , Vitamins

  • Simon Ward

    Rogin-E is really trying to position itself as the new Viagra :D

  • regd

    Man, I married too soon.



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