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November is 'Movember' in midtown Atlanta office

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You've probably noticed a few a few more mustaches sprouting up around you this month.  That's because it's "Movember," the month that guys all over the world try to muster up a mustache, for better or for worse.

Movember started as a fundraiser in Australia eight years ago.  For the third year, guys at one midtown Atlanta advertising agency have decided to let it grow.  In fact, 22squared's Movember team of guys--- appropriately named 22Staches—has raised $6,000 worldwide to help raise awareness for men's health issues, specifically prostate and testicular cancers.  

The guys say Movember is a chance for them to support their client The Jenkins Clinic, which is a local urology practice. 

CLICK ON THE VIDEO ABOVE TO WATCH THEIR FULL STORY!

For more on Movember, click here!

To see more photos of Team 22Staches, click here!


NOTE: THE PHOTOS IN THIS STORY ARE COURTESY OF ERIKA BOTFELD OF LETTER B CREATIVE

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