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Method Supports Movember

November 12, 2013

Rolls out fundraising hand soap.


This fall, Method is launching two limited edition ‘Soap for Hope’ hand washes in support of two important causes: breast (Mimosa Sun) and prostate (Botanical Garden) cancer awareness.
 
Both hand wash bottles feature unique designs, including a moustache pattern as a wink to Movember, the global charity that challenges men around the world to grow a moustache during the month of November, raising money and awareness for men’s health issues such as prostate cancer.
                                                                                                           
Each year, Method’s male employees get involved in Movember by growing moustaches and raising money for the organization. This year, the company is supporting the Movember movement further with the quirky hand wash design, available at grocery stores across the US. Method is also providing a monetary donation to the company’s Movember team.
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