Movember reaches final cut

“It’s been less humiliating than I thought,” said a relieved Team Mo-Sound-News captain Dave Robinson.
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The month of Movember may now be just a memory, but before every trace of moustachioed elegance is shaved into obscurity, Team Mo-Sound-News would like to thank all those who have helped raise over £1,400 for men’s health charities. “It’s been less humiliating than I thought,” said a relieved team captain Dave Robinson, yesterday. “Though, unlike some of my colleagues, such as Ben Ewles of TVBEurope, I haven’t been walking around with a thick, black, hairy slug on my top lip for the last four weeks.”

Neal Romanek, editor of TVBEurope, added: “I’ve never felt so much shame for such a good cause.” “Thank you, then, to everyone who has supported us,” said Robinson. “And if you still haven’t chipped in – and you really should, you know – you have until 9 December to head to our page and do the right thing." Team Mo-Sound-News would once again like to acknowledge the part played by Guy Lewis of Quested, who single-handedly raised over £370 for the effort. "My 'Gringo' certainly helped keep me warm at night," said the company director.

We'd also like to thank our Twitter friends Delta Sound and Shure Distribution UK who participated in the fun and the fundraising. uk.movember.com/team/1139633

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