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It’s that time of the year when smooth faces around the tech channel sprout disturbing upper-lip hair, male colleagues go all Burt Reynolds on you and no one has the nerve to titter (at least not to your face) because they say it’s for a good cause.

Around Reseller News HQ it’s hard to tell if anyone is more hirsute than usual. So we need to see photos of the Movember action at your place of work.

How about a time-lapse sequence of the boss’ mo-growth from day one? Or even some candid snapshots of the mass shave at the end of the month?

Feel free also to send us a quick note about what your office is doing for Movember this year.

Email mo jpegs and your Movember stories to the editor, cbell@fairfaxbm.co.nz, by 30 November 2008 and the photo the Reseller News team judges to be most impressive/entertaining will win a Philips Bluetooth Adapter and Headphone set for wireless music and calls, valued at $250.

By the way, official Movember beneficiaries this year are the Mental Health Foundation of New Zealand and the Cancer Society, so if you’ve decided to make a charitable donation without looking as though you’ve accidentally inhaled a baby goat, you can do so here: nz.movember.com


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