Well there are some very impressive ‘growths’ currently going on within the Celerity MoBros team … with a few looking rather smug … or is it ashamed … either way they’re doing fantastic. Don’t forget to click on the ‘Donate’ links below… Cheers!
For my last time … As the nominated ‘MoSista’ I’m delighted to announce that Celerity is taking part in this year’s Movember Campaign for the 7th consecutive year. So … grab yourself a cuppa, take 5 out of your busy schedule and read what Movember is all about– Make yourself aware of the dangers men are facing daily …. Enjoy the funny photographs …. and PLEASE dig deep and donate.
How to donate: Click on any of the donation buttons below and press ‘Donate to Celerity’
Facts First …
Prostate cancer is the 2nd most common cancer in men, and rates are on the rise. When detected early, prostate cancer survival rates are better than 98%. Find it late, and those survival rates drop below 26%.
“Ask About PSA Testing From Your Doctor”
By 2030 Movember will have helped halve the number of men dying from prostate cancer
In the UK testicular cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in young men.
The best thing is to do is give your testicles a bit of a feel each month or so, and if something doesn’t seem right, head to the doctor.
“So, Get To Know Your Nuts. It’s That Simple”
By 2030 Movember will have helped halve the number of men dying from testicular cancer
Globally, the rate of suicide is alarmingly high, particularly in men. 1 in 8 men experience a mental health problem. 75% of suicides are men.
“To be a man of less anxiety, be a man of more words”
By 2030 Movember will help reduce male suicides by 25%
Now for the fun bit …
Celerity’s CEO Chris Roche, COO Craig Aston, Business Development Managers John Murdoch, Andy Webb, Paul Lyons, Technical Consultant David King and last, but not least, Inside Sales Executive James Grant are all taking part in this year’s Movember Appeal – look out for regular updates when they will all begin to look “slightly dishevelled” and hot competition will ensue as they vie for the ‘top tache award’.
For the participants - Grow a Mo, Save a Bro
- Your Moustache makes a difference – trucker, regent, connoisseur or wisp – no matter the shape or style of your Mo this Movember, your face can inspire donations, conversations and real change.
- The Moustache is our ribbon – a little facial hair goes a long way. More than just follicles on your face, your Mo is a ribbon – reminding the people in your life of the importance of men’s health.
- Why Grow a Mo? – men are facing a health crisis that isn’t being talked about. They are dying too young, before their time. We’re taking action and we need your help.
Come on ladies and gentleman, boys and girls, please donate to this very worthy cause and help make Movember 2018 a huge success.
- Albert Einstein had a moustache for over 50 years
- The world’s longest moustache is believed to be a 14ft monster belonging to Ram Singh Chauham of Rajastan, India, who regularly massages it with mustard and coconut oil to keep it healthy
- In 1967, the Beatles gave away cardboard moustaches with their album Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band
- Police in a district in India’s Madhya Pradesh state are being paid to grow moustaches because bosses believe it makes them command more respect.
- A one-month-old moustache is capable of holding approx. 30ml of liquid or around 10% of a glass of beer before leaking its contents down the face of the owner
- Salvador Dali published a book dedicated solely to his moustache
- The average human hair grows at a rate of 0.014 inches a day, or about 5-6 inches a year
- There are between 10,000 and 20,000 hairs on a man’s face
- Men with moustaches are more attractive. FACT
Thank you, Sharon Brown, Celerity’s MoSista x