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2nd Annual Billings Mustache Achievement Award

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S.T.A.C.H.E., or Stately Team Appreciating Contributions to Hair Excellence, awarded their 2nd Annual Billings Mustache Achievement Award Monday.

John Cordes, of Roberts won the award.

S.T.A.C.H.E. members presented a "priceless" check to Cordes at Uberbrew today, along with mustache wax and a certificate for a free haircut, or straight shave at a local barbershop.

Cordes was thrilled to have received such a prestigious honor.

"I worked on this for about a year, this one, I've had previous mustaches, but the fact that we're working on bringing the mustache back is exhilarating," said Cordes.

S.T.A.C.H.E. Ambassador, Cameron Abell says that Mr. Cordes should feel extremely proud for winning the award.

He has put in a lot of work, and constant training and manipulation to get his perfect mustache curls.

Cordes also believes that an intense mustache is the only way to ward off zombies in the event of a zombie apocalypse.

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