John Oates: A Good Road To Follow

On June 4, 2013, by AMI Staff

For better or worse, the music has changed drastically over the past three decades. From vinyl to 8-track to cassette to CD; from record stores to Napster to iTunes; from full albums to singles.  Indeed, today’s music scene in no way resembles what it looked like 30 years ago. Which brings us to John Oates, [...]

A Word From John Oates About Mustaches And Taxes

On February 21, 2012, by AMI Staff

Legendary musician John Oates recently took time out from touring in New Zealand to send us a video with his thoughts about the Million Mustache March, a push for the Stache Act tax legislation for which every American who participates, H&R Block has proudly agreed to make a donation to Millions From One. Visit StacheAct.com [...]

Calling John Oates Just Got Easier

On December 20, 2011, by AMI Staff

John Oates of legendary music duo Hall & Oates will always be a favorite of the American Mustache Institute. After all, he sat down with AMI for our Peabody Award winning Mustache Interview in 2009, and then later that year appeared at ‘Stache Bash 2009 and brought down the house. But for the Mustached American, [...]

Hughes Takes Home Third Annual AMI Scholarship

On June 29, 2011, by AMI Staff

The South Florida Chapter of the American Mustache Institute has named Kent Adam Hughes the recipient of the third annual American Mustache Institute Mustached American Folicular Excellence Scholarship. “High school finally paid off,” said an excited Hughes, a graduating senior at Jensen Beach High School. The award is presented each June and is open to [...]

White Paper: Saving and Spending Patterns of Mustached Americans

On September 30, 2009, by AMI Staff

Commissioned by the American Mustache Institute and Quicken Online Study conducted by Menjou‐Bärtchen Research Consultants To download full White Paper, click here. ____________________________________________________________________ September 2009 The spendthrift consumer habits of Mustached Americans have left many in the community with fewer savings than bearded and shaven Americans, research concludes. Despite being on average higher earners, it [...]