Hey Everyone, 

This is my second year in Movember, and I was wondering if any of you have any tips for advertising and getting donations. I was only able to get $20 last time, and I really want to add to that this time around.



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Hi Tyler, this is my first time with movember, but my friends at work and I are planning to print some 9 x 5 cm cards with all the info to donate. When someone asks us about our mos we'lll hand them.

It's not much, but it's a cheap way to capitalize all the attention our moustaches can get.

I think I'm looking at it as an awareness raising statement and also a case of doing something cool. I shan't expect to get much in the way of sponsorship as I'm between situations.

Using Facebook and Twitter so far, up to £20. I'm guessing as the 'tache becomes more dynamic and self-aware I'll get some more moolah


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