For its second consecutive year of involvement in Movember, DC is stepping up its support with new contests and opportunities that raise money for the cause. Last year, 81 DC employees dubbed 'Mo Bros' raised $48,497. This year, the DC 'Mo Bros' are back, and now the participation has extended to include DC's team riders, Nate Adams and Travis Pastrana.
Nate and Travis are growing Mo’s, so every week we'll be documenting the growth of their Mo through photo and video updates on here at twmx.com and www.dcshoes.com/movember. Log on to donate to the Prostate Cancer Foundation by sponsoring a DC rider's Mo.
Click below to help support Nate or Travis on their quest for Mo history.
GET INVOLVED www.dcshoes.com/movember
Think you can rock the ‘stache yourself? email own moustache pic to win a $250 online DC shopping spree.
Submission email: email@example.com
Contest details link: http://movember.dcshoes.com/contest
How the 'Mo'-vement Began
Movember, an Australian non-profit organization, was born in 2003 when a couple of Australian mates were enjoying a beer at a small bar in Melbourne and decided two things – men's health issues needed a forum and the moustache was in dire need of a comeback. Their goal was to create a campaign that joined like-minded individuals while raising money for charity and having fun along the way.
Since 2003, Movember has turned into a truly global movement. In 2007, Mo Bros and Mo Sistas in the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, New Zealand, and Spain joined their Aussie counterparts by participating in the campaign. Since Movember's inception, almost 200,000 Mo Bros have sported a Mo and more than $29 million has been raised globally for prostate cancer research, including $740,568 raised in the United States last year. Movember is the biggest international event supporting prostate canc