Mr. New England Rubber 2014 Contest Weekend
MNER returns to Provincetown, MA for April 25 – 27, 2014
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
PROVINCETOWN, MA — The New England Rubber Men (NERM) are pleased to announce the details of the 4th Annual Mr. New England Rubber Contest (MNER), to be held for a second year in Provincetown, MA over the April 25 to 27 weekend.
Judges for MNER 2014 are:
Andy “CosmicRoo” Coatham, Mr. International Rubber 17
Justin Lissom, Mr. New England Rubber 2013
KJ Nichols, Mr. Connecticut Leather 2013
Si Hands, Mr. International Rubber 15
Brian Conway, Mr. Colorado Rubber 2010
Gummi Elliott, Vice-President, Toronto Rubbermen Network (TORN)
Rick Holte, President, Rubber Men of San Francisco (RMSF)
A fun and kinky weekend of events has been planned including a Friday night Meet and Greet and Saturday demos and informational sessions, culminating in the Mr. New England Rubber contest on Saturday evening where the 2014 winner will be named. The contest will be held at the Paramount nightclub, part of the Crown & Anchor complex, with other events occurring at select venues. Full weekend passes are available for only $15 online or in person.
The winner of the contest will win a package of prizes, receive a rubber sash to wear during his title year, and will represent New England at the 18th Mr. International Rubber (MIR) contest in Chicago in October. Contestants will have a private interview with the judges, an on-stage question, demonstrate a fantasy sequence for the crowd, and show off their best rubber image.
Previous MNER winners have gone on to great success at the Mr. International Rubber contest, including the 2012 winner, Jason Lynch, taking home the title of MIR 16.
The weekend is open to everyone, regardless of gender, and the New England Rubber Men, the largest rubber community in New England, encourage anyone with a passing interest in rubber or fetish.
For more information, contest applications, a full schedule of events, accommodations, discounts, ticket sales and more please visit the official MNER website at www.mner.org. For more information on the New England Rubber Men, please visit www.newenglandrubbermen.com.