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Rob Fowler grows his Mustache in November!

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Movember encourages men globally to grow a mustache and women to support the Mo (moustache) for the 30 days of November. Movember encourages men globally to grow a mustache and women to support the Mo (moustache) for the 30 days of November.
CHARLESTON, SC -

Storm Team 2 Chief Meteorologist, Rob Fowler is bring back the mustache. News 2 is bringing awareness to men's health in the month of Movember, formally known as November!

Movember encourages men globally to grow a mustache and women to support the Mo (moustache) for the 30 days of November.

Through the power of the moustache, awareness and funds are raised for men's health to combat prostate and testicular cancer.

News 2's Chief Meteorologist Rob Fowler shaved his 'stache six years ago and hasn't looked back…until now. Rob has agreed to do one last shave October 31st and then bring back the 'stache for Movember! All month long News 2 will promote and bring awareness to men's health issues! News 2 will also ask viewers to participate by growing a 'stache with Rob and send in pictures!

Click here to donate or join Team Fowlers Stache to help raise awareness and funds for men's health issues. For more information go to www.counton2.com

For more information about Movember, visit Movember.com.

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