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Support your man's face furniture this month

Support your man's face furniture this month

Categories: News

The Hen Heaven offices are seeing plenty of tash-tastic facial hair at the moment, as some of the lads in the office (myself included) are growing moustaches for Movember.

That’s right, we've got some Mo Bros here, and we’re looking to do our bit for prostate cancer this year. Over on the Stag Company blog we are offering some tasheback on bookings (see what we did there?), but we are also looking to raise a little wedge for the Movember cause too.

At the moment we have 10 of us all attempting to grow our own wicked whiskers, and we’ll be updating everyone with our progress throughout the month of November. Our very own CEO Rob is promising to pledge £10 for each member of staff who ends the month with their face fuzz intact.

If your other half or male friend is also taking part get them to post their end of month photo on the Stag Company Facebook page and we’ll donate to their Movember page too!

You can view The Stag Company Movember team page and if you wish, you can donate to our cause. For those of you that don’t know, Movember is all about raising awareness and money for prostate cancer and its charities. With each year the cause appears to grow in popularity, and we’re looking forward to see some of our office Mos at the end of the month.

Unfortunately for me, I am not capable of growing any facial hair that doesn’t make me look like a 13 year old boy. However, that doesn’t stop me doing my bit for charity, even if people a) think I look French, or b) don’t even realise I am growing a tashe at all!

It’s all for a good cause, so let’s all get involved and do what we can.


Miriam is the Senior PR & Campaigns Executive for The Stag Company. Originally from New Zealand, she loves fashion, animals, and travelling.

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