Let It Grow. Raise Dough.
Let's talk about men's facial hair. Specifically, the mustache (aka Mo). There are all kinds of Mos: pencil, handlebar, trucker, Magnum and the Artist, just to name a few. No matter which style you favor, we invite you to put away your razor for 30 days and let it grow to support men's health issues.
During the month of November, 360Wichita.com and Barleycorn's are teaming up to challenge Wichita men to let their mustaches grow to raise money and awareness for men's mental and physical health.
Mental health issues, suicide, and testicular and prostate cancers impact the lives of our brothers, husbands, sons, fathers, partners and friends, yet no one talks about this health crisis. The Movember Foundation is a global charity focused on bringing awareness and raising funds for research to help men worldwide live longer, healthier, happier lives.
Although the Foundation runs events all year, the annual Movember campaign is the most well-known. Through this effort, more than 1,200 men's health projects have been funded worldwide. It's estimated they'll be able to reduce the number of men who die prematurely by 25% as early as the year 2030, and 360Wichita.com and Barleycorn's want to do what we can to help.
Join the 360Wichita.com Movember team by clicking the link below, then grow your Mo and raise some dough for men's health!
Strands, Studs & Duds Fashion Show
After you've grown your most epic Mo, join us from 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. Thursday, December 1, for the inaugural Strands, Studs & Duds Fashion Show, benefiting the Movember Foundation. The event will be held at at the newly-expanded RSM Marketing Services office at 400 Commerce in Wichita.
A dozen local men will strut their stuff and show off the results of their mustache-growing efforts, and fundraising totals will be announced. Planet Hair will provide barbering and hair styling.
Tickets are $25 and can be purchased online.
Watch the video to see how Bruce Rowley, Managing Partner at RSM Marketing Services, and Alex Thomas, owner of several popular local bars, including Kirby’s, Lucky’s and Barleycorn’s came up with the idea for Strands, Studs & Duds.