The Goulet Award

The Robert Goulet Memorial Mustached American of the Year Award recognizes the person who best-represents or contributes to the Mustached American community during the prior year, and is named in honor of the late and legendary performer Robert Goulet, whose voice, trademark mustache, sense of humor, and black leather jackets represented a quadruple-threat of talent the American Mustache Institute is proud to salute.

Robert Goulet Memorial Mustached American of the Year voting

After combing through roughly 900 nominees, the Certified Mustacheology Analysis Unit (CMAC) of the American Mustache Institute present the finalists for the 6th annual Robert Goulet Memorial Mustached American of the Year, the winner of which will be announced at ‘Stache Bash 2013, presented by Wahl Trimmers, on October 26 in Pittsburgh (see past winners here).

Voting will be recorded by a PHP Web application and the data stored in a Structured Query Language (SQL) data base under the oversight of the American Mustache Institute, Billy Dee Williams, and the daughter of Thomas E. Dewey — the last major party candidate for President of the United States with a mustache.

Please select one finalist and hit the “Submit” button at the bottom of the page.

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The 2013 Lifetime Achievement Goulet Award finalist, Mr. Rivera is one of the great Mustached American in history. At some 70 years of age, he has been representing the Mustached American community for decades -- unabashedly combining the raw, sexually dynamic lifestyle with a professional media presence. Mr. Rivera continues to battle prejudice, not only being one of the few Mustached American newsmen still allowed on television, but discrimination from Duquesne University in Pittsburgh for being "too sexy" to speak at the Catholic institution.

Hanes is an Army veteran who served his country and the Democratic county clerk in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, which is near Philadelphia. In July, he let his lip garment do the talking as he began fighting his state's anti-gay marriage ban by issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples, believing Pennsylvania's Marriage Act to be unconstitutional and standing up for his Mustached American believe system.

A Chicago-area native and forward for the Edmonton Oilers, Mike Brown’s commitment to the sexually dynamic Mustached American lifestyle has continued the deep connectivity between sports excellence and facial hair. One of the few Jewish players in the National Hockey League, Mr. Brown continues to exhibit the undeniable performance enhancing powers of the mustache as his career continues to thrive on the ice.

Writer and social mainstay Brian Moylan lives his sexually dynamic Mustached American lifestyle beyond simply attaching good looking fur to his face – but by leading efforts to relaunch a sexual lifestyle website, as well as other dating websites that bring together Mustached Americans with the women who desire our breed. A proud gay man, while using his mustache to raise funds to promote marriage equality, Moylan is charitably focused, leading events and fundraisers for the Ali Forney Center, the country's largest homeless shelter for LGBT youth.

When no one could find Boston bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the most beloved boat owner in America could – because he has a mustache. Boston-area resident David Henneberry found Tsarnaev in his 20-foot boat sitting in his driveway under a tarp, and alerted authorities who then captured the terrorist.

The annual animated finalist for 2013, The Mustached American Uncle Grandpa is purportedly the uncle and grandfather of everyone in the world -- which is rather possible for a person of Mustached American heritage. Equally consistent with our people, he demonstrates the caring spirit of the Mustached American people, stopping by children's houses every day to see how they are doing.

When he’s not grooming his manly beard or trimming his copious neck, chest and back hair – woodworker and master craftsman Dave Stine can be found building his award-winning tables and wooden furniture from sustainably harvested trees on his family’s 1,000 acres of land near St. Louis. And when he’s not shaping wood into his designs, he’s typically helping his uncles bring in the harvest on the family farm, orchestrating his family’s annual “Sauerkraut Day” -- when the extended clan gets together to shred a massive 1,500 pounds of fresh green cabbage and turn it into the Stine family’s locally famous sauerkraut. He then spends his “free” time training young woodworkers as apprentices, or supporting his local 4-H and other educational and arts nonprofits by donating custom pieces of furniture to help those organizations raise funds.

Ronald Joseph Aaron "Ron" Burgundy is the greatest living anchorman who has never covered any actual news. Putting Walter Cronkite to shame, Mr. Burgundy has defined the role of the anchorman, a breed of human who makes everything he says compelling and classy, no matter how insignificant it actually is. His mustache is insured by Lloyds of London for $1 million; while each of his arms are insured for $5 million – the only policies of their ilk in the history of ilks.

The premiere news reporter in the U.S. and perhaps Guam, Brian Fantana has championed the sexually dynamic Mustached American lifestyle on television for many yeas. As suave and debonair as his mustache is thick and rich, Mr. Fantana has demonstrated a cocksure way – which 50 percent of the time works every time – with the lovely ladies. This is why he has give a nickname to his penis – “The Octagon -- something only a Mustached American is capable of doing. And in addition, he also nicknamed his testicles: the left one is James Westfall and the right is Doctor Kenneth Noisewater.

A three-pitch Mustached American -- striking out batters for Class A Hagerstown Suns of the Washington National farm system by day, and wholly embodying the Sexually Dynamic Mustached American lifestyle by night -- Bryan Harper rose to national prominence by completely overshadowing younger brother Bryce's All-Star performance with his dangerously rugged mouth brow. At 22 years old, Bryan is leading the charge for the next generation of Mustached Americans, particularly those in minor league baseball who wish to look really, really good and throw balls really, really hard.
 

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