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The Mo State Backs Up For Movember

Monday, November 2nd, 2009


David Boon: Mo Hero

There’s no doubt which state leads Australia in moustache production. That would be Tasmania.

While other states dropped the mo for a couple of decades, or only resurrected them for ironic purposes, great Tasmanians like David Boon and David Foster scaled the heights of achievement while sporting classic handlebar facial growth.


David Foster: Mo Hero

Inspired by these mighty Tasmanian heroes, the team from Scene Change Tasmania are stepping up for their second run at Movember. Last year’s efforts raised an impressive sum of money toward important yet often ignored men’s health issues such as depression and prostate cancer.

Movember was started in Australia in 2003, and has since spread across the world, a testament to the global appeal of the mo.

Now it’s your chance to support the intrepid team of Gareth Percey, Rod Street, Ben Coombe, Damien Free, Dean Vervaart, Ben Wallace, Paul Davies, Josh Warwick and Matt Walker.

Sign up as a donor here and watch their mo’s unfold during the course of the month.

A big thank you to the Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart, who have given us permission to look like pool cleaners around the hotel for the month.

And for some valuable information on whether facial hair on presenters affects audience trust , look here.

PS. Our clients can be assured it won’t go quite this far (pic via @cyantaeed):