When it comes to mustaches, every region of the country has pockets where lip ticklers congregate.
California has a hairy problem.
Actually, a hairless one.
In an extensive, peer-reviewed, well documented, scientific study (not) by the American Mustache Institute , California has only ONE city in the top 100 "America's Most Mustache-Friendly Cities". That would be Oakland, coming in 79th. Thank goodness for Rollie Fingers.
That disturbing factoid is buried within the massive "white paper" the AMI has released after a two year study focusing on five factors to determine which cities are most welcoming to the "misplaced eyebrow":
1) Employment—cities with lots of "mustache-positive employers", like first responders, actors who play law enforcement, relief pitchers and construction.
2) Transportation—cities with lots of motorcycles and monster trucks, "in rural states, four-wheeler all terrain vehicles."
3) Entertainment & Sport—cities with sports teams (including minor league), casinos, beach access, shooting ranges, trap and skeet clubs, and pontoon boats.Page 1 of 4 | Next Page