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11/6/2014

Several of our associates are embarking on a campaign to raise cancer awareness by participating in the ever popular No Shave November.  By the end of this month we should see 18 bearded men walking around the office ... scary we know ... but all for a good cause

Back in
2013, No Shave November partnered with the American Cancer Society to ensure that the funds raised in the annual campaign would be distributed to all of the areas that matter to the team: research, prevention, education, and continuing care. With every whisker grown and dollar raised, No Shave November celebrates the hair that many cancer patients lose and gets one step closer to eradicating the disease.

Jonathan Goldston, Financial Planner in Skylight’s Cleveland office, said “I’m very excited that we’ve got such a large group of associates that have wanted to get in on the fun and support a great cause. As we kick off our challenge,
we look forward to building awareness, raising funds, and seeing what these guys can come up with over the next month!”

Participants have been split up into 3 teams and will compete against each other for prizes including best growth, style and largest amount raised.  We will bring you regular updates on Facebook!

Good luck to them all ... may the hairiest beard win!!

Jonathan Goldston is a registered representative of and offers securities, investment advisory and financial planning services through MML Investors Services, LLC. Member SIPC. 2012 W. 25th Street, Suite 900, Cleveland OH 44113. 216-621-5680.

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