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Skyline MOs Raise Over $5,000 for Men's Health!

Posted On December 3, 2012

 

 

From left to right: Wayne Byrd, Roy Jason Ashdown, Jason Castellan and Martin Castellan.

 

 

Guelph, ON (Dec 3, 2012) – The end of Movember was both a somber and relieving time for the Skyline Group of Companies, as clean-shaven faces replaced the fancy facial landscaping that had become familiar over the weeks. Before letting the fur fly, the Skyline MO Bros took the time to get their Movember mug shots taken, to be entered as contestants in the annual Skyline Movember MOscars.

Skyline raised a total of $5,132 for the Movember campaign.  The team’s biggest “MO-ney maker” was Team Captain Martin Castellan, Co-founder and Chief Development Officer, who raised $1,316. Co-founder and Chief Operating Officer Roy Jason Ashdown came in a close second with $1,278 raised.
Movember is an annual campaign promoting men’s health, and research and development for men’s cancers.
Funds raised will go to Prostate Cancer Canada, in support of prostate cancer initiatives through the Movember Foundation’s GAP program, and the Canadian Male Health Network.
For more information about Movember, please visit www.movember.ca, call 1-855-4GROWMO or email info.ca@movember.com.

 

 

 


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