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MO HOCKEY, MOVEMBER

The Nanaimo Clippers are proud to partner with Mussio Goodman, Personal Injury and Estate Lawyers for the month of November to support Movember, the charity movement with the mustache as its focal point. With the most home games in the month of November, we’re proud to brand this month Mo Hockey, Movember.

The Movember Foundation uses the month of November to challenge men to grow facial hair to inspire one another to live happier, healthier and longer lives. The Foundation has raised more than $650 million and helped fund more than 1,000 breakthrough men’s health programs in 21 countries.

For the month of November, the Nanaimo Clippers players, coaches & staff will be growin’ their mos to raise funds and awareness about prostate cancer and men’s health. There are several ways you’re able to donate:

  1. You can donate online. Every donation you make online enters you for a chance to win a Clippers Hoodie. You must make the donation with your name and be in attendance at the December 1st game to receive your hoodie.
  2. In Mo Hockey Movember, you’ll have a chance to donate at all six home games at the merchandise booth, chuck-a-puck table and beer garden!

Show your support by growing your best Mo! Tweet us a picture of your mustache during each Friday home game for a chance to win $100 Gift Card.

Make sure to keep up-to-date with the Clippers moustache progress by following our social medias. Each week will we post pictures and you can decide who’s got the best stache and who’s stache should be benched!

“The players are excited to participate in Movember.” Wes Mussio, Nanaimo Clippers owner and Managing Partner of Mussio Goodman Personal Injury and Estate Lawyers,  “This is a fun way to draw attention to a great cause supporting men’s health. Through my Nanaimo office, I am proud to support the boys and the community in a cause that is important to all of us.”