Here's a fun story about a program I've never heard about before. This year, 64 people from Husky Injection Molding Systems Ltd. participated in something called Movember, a campaging that takes place in the month of November to raise money for prostate cancer research. The fun part is the participants don't just raise money -- they also get to grow a moustache during the month of November. According to a news release from Husky, the project generated a lot of fun and laughter around the office, as everyone tried to out-grow and out-fundraise each other. The men of Husky raised more than $19,000, and they sported some pretty awesome facial hair, too. Check it out:
Moustaches for fun (and fundraising) at Husky
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