Tuesday, September 27, 2016

1st Asian History Con held in Manila

Warehouse for Rent

History buffs and businesses alike took part in a historical moment in History Channel history—the 1st ever Asia History Con hosted by the internationally popular History Channel was held in Manila last August 25-28 at the World Trade Center. History Channel stars from programs like Vikings, Storage Wars and Ancient Aliens were there as well as sponsoring brands from industries like electronics, food, and warehouse business & trucking services in the Philippines.

Stars from various history channel programs grazed the event and made the convention that much more packed with excitement. Biker gang documentary Ganglands Undercover stars Iam Matthews and Ryan Damon Runyan flashed their pimped classic hogs in their exhibition.

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Of course, everyone lined up to see the quintessential face of History Channel, the ever popular Giorgio Tsoukalos from the hit series Ancient Aliens.

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Jarrod Schulz and Brandi Passante of the hit reality program Storage Wars gave a talk about a remotely unexplored business model in the Philippines: storage auctioning. They were even so kind as to visit and look at the exhibit of local storage facility provider Safehouse Storage, a warehouse for rent provider in the Philippines.

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To make the event even more epic, history was literally made: Guinness World records were broken for the longest binge watching marathon (100+ Hours), most burgers consumed in 1 minute, and world’s largest serving of sautéed mushrooms.

Local performances by Jugs Juete as well as pre-release press-con for the new television program Celebrity Car War that stars Filipino celebrities KC Montero, Marc Nelson, as professional racer Gaby Dela Meced were icing to the momentous cake.

The event drew a crowd of more than 50,000 people so you it won’t hurt to expect History Con be held again in the Philippines in 2017.