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Movember 2011 Final Faceoff

Posted On December 7, 2011

Skyline male staff sport mustaches and costumes displaying their enthusiasm with  raising money and awareness for prostate cancer in Movember.

The women staff of Skyline show their support for Movember and prostate cancer by dressing up in moustaches.

Movember, the month formally known as November, has officially come to an end.  It was a long and furry month and on November 30th, the buzz of electric razors could be heard from coast-to-coast as men removed their “MO” in celebration and relief.  This international fundraising and awareness campaign for men’s health encourages men to become “MO Bros” by growing a moustache for the month of November.   The “MO Bros” become walking and talking billboards for men’s health and this growing initiative raised over $37,000,000 in Canada alone in 2011.  

 This year, the Skyline staff put together a team called the “Skyline MOs” to lend their support to the cause. Before shaving off their MOs on the 30th, the Skyline MOs got together with their friendly adversaries the Guelph Storm MOs for one final MO face-off.  The Skyline MOs raised over $10,000 for men’s health and together with the Guelph Storm MOs they raised over $13,000 for the cause.    Congratulations to all of the MO Bros on a very successful Movember.  For more information on Movember, please visit their official website at www.movember.com.


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