Blue Latitude Health do Movember

Blue Latitude Health | 6th November 2014

Dust off your moustache comb, throw away your razor, because it's that time of year again... MOVEMBER HAS ARRIVED! We've put together a team of Mo Bros and Mo Sistas, led by Account Executive Stuart Goodman; we're all geared-up and ready to support Movember by growing moustaches (for those who can) and playing games throughout the entire month of November. As with all team activities the crucial thing to get right is the team name.

Some of the suggestions put forward were:

  • The MO'octurnals
  • BL DynaMOs
  • The MOfessionals
  • AnonyMOus
  • The MOvement
  • MO’Rine Corp
  • The MO'zone Layer

In the end, we decided to call ourselves The MO'ble Gentlemen.  You can find us on the Movember website here: http://moteam.co/the-mo-ble-gentlemen

Why are we taking part in Movember?

Movember is about raising awareness for Men's Health, in particular: prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and mental health. Each Mo Bro must grow a moustache for the full 30 days of November, no beards, no goatees, and no faking it. The moustache is used as a talking point to help raise awareness and get people talking about men's health.

It's not just for men

Being a Mo Sista is important too, supporting the Mo Bro in your life is crucial, and here's why:

In true Blue Latitude Health style, we're kicking off Movember with the game 'Find Ron Burgundy's Moustache' followed by a cake and coffee morning. Make sure you keep your eye on the blog to see our progress throughout the month.

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