The call has gone out to Echuca-Moama men`show us your mo'.November 19, 2012 4:39am
District residents are being asked to ‘show us their mos’.
Plenty of district men are sporting hairy upper lips now that we are a little over two weeks into Movember and the Riv wants to hear from anyone taking part.
Email us a photo of your moustache so far to email@example.com and we will feature it in our special Movember Facebook gallery.
Please send it as a large jpg file or a photo which is 300 resolution.
Don’t forget to include your email, name, where you are from, the reasons you are taking part in Movember and any details of where people can donate to your moustache-growing efforts.
Then at the end of the month, email us a photo of the final product.
The best mos will be showcased in the Riv.
To check out who is taking part in Movember, visit the gallery of photos at facebook.com/riverineherald
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