Mustache for Charity

I’m right in the midst of Rosstache, the mustache-growing charity contest here at Ross, and I need your help. With my beard now at four weeks, I’m trying to plan out a final mustache strategy for the competition on April 1. Here’s your canvas:

And if you want to help me out in my efforts by donating to the Penrickton Center for Blind Children, here’s how:

  1. Go to http://rosstache.wordpress.com/
  2. Click “Donate”
  3. Make your donation through PayPal. If you don’t have a PayPay account, click “Continue” under “Don’t Have a Paypal Account?” to donate by credit card. Just before you donate, there is an option to answer “Which Rosstacher are you donating for”. Indicate my name there. Big or small, all donations are helpful.

Time to 1982 it up.

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4 Responses to “Mustache for Charity”

  1. As long as it involves a soul patch you will be the bomb. I mean the stach needs a partner on the lower lip.

    Posted by Craig | March 23rd, 2010 at 6:40 am
  2. Nice work Mr. Stack! Looking forward to seeing the end result next week. Thanks for the shout out on the site.

  3. No problem, dude, great job organizing!

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