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Stephen Berry Backing Movember

Stephen Berry Backing Movember

Affordable Auckland’s Stephen Berry announced today that he will be participating in the 2013 Movember fundraising campaign. “Movember is a fantastic cause promoting men’s health and I’m glad to have the opportunity to contribute by attracting sponsorship for growing a moustache this month.”

Berry concedes that a moustache is not a great look for him. “Previous attempts at facial hair have been patchy at best with a proclivity for ginger. However I’m willing to take a risk this month to help fundraise for this worthy project.”

Persons wishing to sponsor Mr. Berry can make donations at his ‘Mo Page’ on “I’d really appreciate your support!”

Stephen Berry was Affordable Auckland’s candidate for Mayor in the 2013 elections. He finished in third place with 13650 votes.


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