Mind Your Manners by Chiddy Bang ( They hail from Philly!! )
Archive for October, 2011
Shauna + Stephen from Something’s Hiding In Here made their first “mustache on a stick” over 5 years ago. Ironically it all started because Stephen couldn’t grow one of his own and so he started carving them from wood. Shauna suggested they put them on a stick and the rest is photo booth history – since then they have made hundreds, maybe thousands.
Recently, Stephen met up with the organization “Movember” a campaign that began in†Melbourne Australia – Movember is the month formerly known as November, where men and women across the globe join together to raise awareness and funds for menís health issues. Men grow a Mo (moustache) for 30 days to become a walking, talking billboards, for our menís health causes – specifically cancers affecting men.
To spread the word about “Movember” and raise awareness Shauna and Stephen have asked several blogs and small businesses to host giveaways of their mustache on a stick. We are happy to host this giveaway as this subject has touched close to our lives as well. We hope you can spread the word about Movember and the often ignored issue of menís health – the importance of early detection.
To enter this giveaway.
Please mention this worthy cause, Movember on twitter and/or facebook and leave a comment right here on our blog or facebook page for a chance to win a “moustache on a stick”. Stu and I will choose one lucky winner by October 31st.
In running Three Potato Four it has been more than hard for us to just let go and delegate work in the shop. When it’s your own small business, it is incredibly difficult to not do EVERYTHING on your own. One, because it’s how you’ve always done it from the start and two, because you don’t feel like anyone will work as hard as you would. But, we’ve realized we can’t do it all and have found really valued people to help us out with the shop. This help has allowed us to work more on developing our own line of products (which we are excited to share with you soon) and also have more open hours in the shop.
Starting this weekend October 8, our shop will now have open hours EVERY WEEKEND. So, come on by if you find yourself in Philly. We’re open Saturdays + Sundays from 10am – 4pm.