The Moustache Bash


The Things Remembered “Moustache Bash”

Throughout the week of November 11, the Sean Kimerling Testicular Cancer Foundation took part in a fun and innovative program designed to raise awareness of testicular cancer. As you probably know, growing facial hair in the month of November has become a sign of support and awareness for men's health issues. During the “Moustache Bash”, Foundation staff and volunteers visited their local Things Remembered locations (the company has over 600 locations throughout the US) thanking company teammates and taking pictures incorporating Man Globes and moustaches. Both the Foundation and the stores posted pictures on Facebook on November 16 & 17, resulting in thousands of likes and shares, and increasing awareness of the disease and the Man Globes Program.

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Queens, NY

Noah & Ervine Kimerling
Coral Springs, FL Store

Larry (Manager) & Ervine Kimerling
Coral Springs, FL Store
 Shari & Rob Eccles
Woodbridge Center, NJ Store

Amanda, Alannah, Jessica, Robert (Staff), Rafeena (Manager)
Queens, NY Store

Rabindra, Amanda, Alannah, Jessica, Robert (Staff), Rafeena (Manager) & Rosemary Hoosain

Jessica, Jennifer and Tayvein
Brunswick Square, NJ Store

Taylor and Emily Eccles show their support

Ashley and Rob Seaver
Natick, MA Store

Jasneel and Rob Eccles
Menlo Park, NJ Store

About Man Globes:For over 40 years Things Remembered has helped people celebrate life's big moments, and now they are helping to create a world where no man dies of testicular cancer with a great new product: Man Globes! This new line of engravable, male-centric bobble-head water globes is sure to be a popular holiday gift for the guy that has everything. There are six versions – including Beer Man, The Boss, The Ladies’ Man and The Workaholic – that each celebrate and cajole men for their occasionally irksome, yet always loveable idiosyncrasies. Every Man Globe purchased throughout the company’s retail sites, popular catalog and e-commerce website result in $2 going directly to SKTCF’s fight against testicular cancer.

About Things Remembered:Things Remembered, based in Highland Heights, Ohio, is the nation’s leading chain of personalized gift stores, with more than 600 stores in 48 states. For more information about Things Remembered or for store locations, call 800-274-7367 or log on to For more news, follow Things Remembered on Twitter and Facebook.

About the Foundation:
The Sean Kimerling Testicular Cancer Foundation (SKTCF) is dedicated to raising Awareness, providing Answers, and promoting Action in the fight against TC. The foundation was formed in 2003 in memory of Sean Kimerling, the Emmy Award winning PIX11 sportscaster and pre-game announcer for the NY Mets. Sean died at the age of 37 from TC. Headquartered in New York City, the Foundation has strong ties to local sports teams and media. A registered 501(c)(3) public charity, SKTCF is nationally recognized as a key resource in the fight against TC.

About Testicular Cancer:
Almost every hour of every day one man in the U.S. is diagnosed with testicular cancer (TC). It is the most common cancer in men 15 – 35 years old, and incidence rates have been steadily increasing for decades. It is highly treatable—in fact, 99% curable—when found and treated at its earliest stages. In the case of TC, awareness truly is the cure.