The American Mustache Institute recently held a press conference, announcing that the Saint Louis headquarters is moving to Pittsburgh. The relocation is described as the first change in leadership in 25 years.
Mustaches may not be that hot these days in popular culture.
However, a significant number of men still consider it as a symbol of masculinity.
The American Mustache Institute recently held a press conference, announcing that they are moving their headquarters from Saint Louis to Pittsburgh, along with a new President. It is reportedly the first leadership change in 24 years.
The departing president of the American Mustache Institute stated “As we continue to battle for the equal rights and civil liberties of the Mustached American people, I'm pleased to introduce the new generation of ruggedly handsome leadership to guide those endeavors.”
While institute authorities are thrilled about the move, some local residents are confused as to what kind of visitors the new establishment will attract. In late October, the annual event known as Stache Bash will be held in Pittsburgh.
It is referred to as the ‘celebration of the sexually dynamic Mustached American lifestyle’. All proceeds from the eventwill go to a non-profit educational organization in the local area.
What do you say? Should men have mustaches?