Winners Honored At No Shave November’s Beard Bash

Photo courtesy of Moments By Moser.

Photo courtesy of Moments By Moser.

Winners of No Shave November‘s fundraising efforts were announced during the 3rd Annual Beard Bash Tuesday evening (Nov. 27) at Nashville’s Tin Roof.

Damon Moberly presented the award for Beard of the Year (for best looking beard) to Taylor Childress of Team Curb. Kevin Herring and Chris Palmer presented the Flock of Beards honor (to the team with the most participants) to Hairy and the Hendersons, which boasted 61 members.

The Most Valuable Beard award was given to the individual who does the most for No Shave November; Royce Risser presented the honor to Lunchbox of Team Big 98/Bobby Bones Show.
Meanwhile, the Scraggle Rock honor, spotlighting the worst beard, was given to Jason Allen of KRWQ in Medford, Ore., by Bob Reeves.

The Old Gray Beard honor was presented to Craig Campbell by RJ Curtis. The Mane Man: Ladies Choice Award was given to Glenn Noblit (of Blaster Record’s Team Inglorious Bastards). Stykman of Team US 101 was awarded the Best Social Media Advocate honor by Cowboy Kyle, Stykman and Gator.

Lady Antebellum’s Dave Haywood (of Team Lady Antebellum) was awarded the Best Beard Commercial honor for best media placement; Haywood mentioned No Shave November for St. Jude during an appearance on The Today Show. Haywood was presented the honor by Tyler Reese.

Scheduled performers of the event included Steve Wariner, Craig Campbell, Terri Clark, James Otto, Cowboy Troy, Anthony Smith and Austin Webb, along with ’90s Country cover band The Old 96ers.

The overall No Shave November campaign has been so successful thus far that the goal has been increased to $200,000. Donations are still being accepted through the end of November.

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