Five things you need to know about Tash Dash

Saturday 19th November marks our second annual Tash Dash hairy fun run so we thought it was time we shared with you FIVE THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE TASH DASH

1. The Tash Dash is open to any man or woman as long as you grow, draw or stick on a moustache for the race so CLICK HERE NOW to sign up today

2. The Tash Dash is the perfect distance for fit folk who want to dash at great speed AND not so fit folk who simply want to take a gentle stroll with friends along the seafront so however fit you are, you can sign up today if you CLICK HERE NOW

3. You can get sponsored to take part in Tash Dash and use your sponsorship money to pay for your entry fee so if you get some friends to sponsor you entry is FREE to you so why not just  CLICK HERE NOW to register for Tash Dash today

4. Money raised from the Tash Dash supports the work of The Men’s Network and other local projects supporting work with men and boys so make a difference today and sign up right away. How? CLICK HERE NOW

5. Well if you’ve got this far and not signed up then maybe you’re not going to do it today so if you can’t join us for the Tash Dash you can still MAKE A DIFFERENCE TODAY by making an online donation right now and take action to support people doing the Tash Dash. To make a donation today just CLICK HERE NOW……

About

Glen Poole is UK co-ordinator for International Men's Day, Director at the consultancy Helping Men and news editor of insideMAN magazine. Follow him on twitter @HelpingMen or find out more about his work at www.helpingmen.co.uk.

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