Movember update | Week three

Finger-licking good (The Donut Shop Facebook page)
November 15th, 2012 3:22 pm| by admin
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Three weeks in and the Copenhagen Post’s Movember participants are over the initial embarrassment of traipsing about with a lip-full of fuzz and are now strutting confidently around with handsome moustaches. Sadly, it seems their efforts at facial preening are far exceeding their attempts to wrangle money out of the pocketbooks of their nearest and dearest.

Journalist Ray Weaver is currently in the lead having raised 475 kroner. Editor-in-chief, Kevin McGwin is in a close second place with 462 kroner raised, while journalist Christian Wenande is in hot on his heels after raising 462 kroner.

Journalist Peter Stanners is off to a poor start with only 275 kroner raised while distribution manager Dima Paranytsia definitely needs some motivation to increase his meager haul of 125 kroner.

With two weeks to go, however, there’s still plenty of time to rocket up the leaderboard.

The moustache growth goes on. Support our cause at dk.movember.com and search for The Copenhagen Post.

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