Join Our Movember Team

It's that time of year again. That time when you man up and grow out that moustache. Not because it's cold it provides some nice, warm upper-lip comfort. Not because you're trying to look like 70s Tom Selleck (though that is a good reason). No, people. It is Movember and it's time to kick cancer's ass.

Movember is the manliest month of the year, where men from all around the world grow moustaches in support of men's health, specifically research for prostate and testicular cancers. Why? Because men need good, clean prostates and awesome testicles. We think you'd agree and care to join this fight with us.

Last year, Break, our fans, and friends over at Made Man raised over $50,000 in support of Movember. And we think, NAY, know we can do better. And that's where we need you to join the 2013 Break Mo Bros team.

Now I know what you're saying. You're saying, "Ugh, lame. I'm not doing that because I'm an internet commenter who hates everything." Well, okay.

But let me ask you this? You think a woman is going to like you ignoring cancer? No. They won't. I took a scientific survey and every woman I asked said she would hate you. So join the team. There are some cool perks, too.

  • If you raise over $50, you get a Break Mo Bro pack - shirt, mo bottle opener, and a koozie.
  • Share your #ManlyMOment on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or Vine for a chance to win a man-cation (that's a vacation for men. It'll probably involve sharks and our lawyers just told me it won't involve sharks).  But, it will involve Vegas, flying a jet, and a giant ass steak dinner and more.
  • Our friends at Made Man are taking an Airstream barber bus and creating a Movember tailgate in Las Vegas, Corvalis, Oregon, San Francisco, and Los Angeles. Come out and you'll get free hot shaves and other awesome stuff!

So put aside your bare upper-lip for one month and help a good cause. Even if you can't grow a moustache very well, join in. You might look creepy, but who cares. If you don't join, you know what happens? Cancer wins. And who wants cancer to win? No one.