Employees of STOBER Drives Inc. in Maysville raised over $800 for charity by simply not shaving.
“Every year for the last few years my son has told me that I have to compete in No-Shave November,” said Scott Moulas, a member of the Activities Committee at STOBER. “I said ‘What do you win?’ and he said, ‘You don’t win anything, it’s just to signify that you respect people who have cancer.’”
Moulas said he figured that if he was going to do it, why not make it a competition?
“People can put their votes in and, even though it’s judged, the person with the most votes, STOBER will throw them a pizza party,” Moulas said.
The 12 contestants were clean-shaven on Nov. 1.
“STOBER’s also matching the money we received,” Moulas said. “Right now we’re up to $416. So $832 dollars is going to be donated to the cancer charity the winner chooses.”
Moulas said the contest has been fun as well as charitable.