Sport your stache. Support men’s health.
Attention Ladies & Gents/Mo Bros & Mo Sistas:
We’re excited to introduce our small business partner and agency friend, Jon Villanueva! Jon is the owner of J’s Beard Essentials and a veteran beard care expert. He is this year’s Mo Judge and Stache Specialist.
If you’re living the bearded life, Jon has all the essentials to keep your Mo fresh. Check out his suite of products HERE.
Join the challenge! Show us how you grow your Mo.
Check out all the latest stache submissions on our Gallery of Facial Hair page.
Sport The Stache Rules:
Who can win?
There are 2 categories – each category will have a Grand Prize Winner:
- For the fellas (Mo Bros), facial hair (past or present) pics that show us your Mo!
- For the ladies (Mo Sistas) and kiddos (Mo Munchkins) – yup, we got a category for you too! Be creative, go digital – show us how fun fake facial hair can look!
How do I enter the madness?
Give a name for your facial hair!
If you post, use #SportTheStacheChallenge (we will post for you should you email us) and #Movember
You can post as many pics as you like.
When will the winners be announced? And what will they win?
Winners of each category will be announced on December 7th – on The Ellis Insurance Agency Facebook and Instagram pages. J’s Beard Essentials will also announce on their Facebook and Instagram feeds.
Our friends at J’s Beard Essentials are giving the winners the perfect Holiday gift (stocking stuffer for sure!) — Their Suite of Facial Hair Oils, Beard Balm and Comb!
Those that prove they have donated to The Movember Foundation will earn even more of J’s Awesome Suite of Facial Hair oils, Balm and Comb! Again, great gift for the Holidays!
What are the judging criteria? – (We leave this up to Jon, our expert Stache Specialist at J’s Beard Essentials)
- Density – How full the features of the facial hair are. A more dense beard is considered better than a sparse one.
- Size – Length is a consideration as long as the beard compliments the overall look. A long brittle beard shouldn’t beat a well-groomed, shorter beard.
- Healthiness – The beard form looks healthy like it should.
- Personal Style – How well their beard compliments their facial structure. This includes the presentation of the beard.
- Tidy – How clean their edges look. This includes an overwhelming amount of split ends.