The Best Cities for Guys with Facial Hair

All brands are in the business of selling something—whether it’s a product or service. But to succeed they also have to sell the lifestyle.  Take our client Wahl. They make men’s grooming tools, but they’re also in the business of celebrating the super sweet lifestyle that is beard and mustache culture.

While you don’t have to look far to find your nearest facial haired compadre, wouldn’t you love to know which cities are most welcoming of whiskers? Of course you would. 

To find these hairy havens, we conducted social listening to see where the most pro mustache and beard conversations were happening.  We then plugged these findings in our PR and social machine to create must-have content for media and the gazillion people fascinated with beards. 

But we didn’t stop there. To reward these cities and the facial haired faithful who dwell in them,   Wahl is taking its 30-foot mobile barbershop on a nationwide tour this summer, visiting the 10 most facial-hair friendly cities in America. At each tour stop, Wahl’s team of master barbers give guys a free trim for a good cause—Wahl donates $1 per trim to ZERO, the End of Prostate Cancer. Those with the great facial hair can also enter Wahl’s Man of the Year contest. See tour dates and locations.

So without further ado, here’s the 10 Most Facial Hair Friendly Cities in America:

  1. Miami
  2. Washington D.C.
  3. Dallas
  4. Atlanta
  5. Austin, Texas
  6. Minneapolis
  7. Seattle
  8. Portland, Ore.
  9. Pittsburgh
  10. San Francisco

Click here for more on our work with Wahl.

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