CRAIG ISBEL, SENIOR WINEMAKER
We are 12 days in and if you catch it in the right light you can see my moustache emerging on my lip like a pug dog doing a poo. In real life it is much more impressive; it is quite the chameleon. Bystanders and service station attendants are none the wiser from 3 metres away but as I move closer it becomes evident that I have a (very average) mooshtaca.
18 days is a long time when you are growing a moustache, particularly when you freak your wife out at close range, but it is only onward, upward and outward from here for my crumb catcher.
This is obviously not an ideal situation for my head so please make it worthwhile and donate to the cause. You can view my profile and donate here http://mobro.co/craigisbel or can also donate directly to me on the below link;
Alternatively if you are a fan of the Torbreck wines and would like to donate to the team you can do so by clicking on the link below (it all goes to the same cause);
MICK DOWLING, TEAM CAPTAIN - LA TORBRECK TASH (OH, AND SALES MANAGER VIC/TAS)
Happy Mo-nday people,
Here is my latest progress pic and as you can well see I am a very attractive man. Ladies form an orderly queue to the left and rest assured my Mo-shakes bring all the girls to the yard!
Team La Torbreck Tash is going very well with over $1200 raised in less than half a month, but we’re far from finished. Both myself and my team mates have received many messages of support with promises of donations to follow… now it’s time to stake up and support the cause.
This week will be monumental with all the team members getting together in the Barossa to compare looks and share advice on grooming. We’ll be drinking for our Mos so at this stage I’ll be on the Estrellas and maybe a cheeky little Manzanilla (I look vaguely Spanish) followed of course by plenty of Torbreck wines. The link to donate is below and we’d really appreciate your support.
Hope everyone had a great weekend and saw a few of my fellow Mo-bros out there doing good for mens health.
I’ll report back again next week with something that might actually be classified as a Mo.