Bearded burly men in tutus are hoping to make this Mother’s Day something you’ll never forget.
Whether you want to embarrass your mom at work, or give your loved one an unforgettable surprise, The Portland Beardsmen are gearing up for their special deliveries.
The group, which raises money for local charities, are surprising moms and loved ones with flowers and chocolates this year.
Starting at $75, you can have the Beardsmen deliver an extra special gift to your mother.
The Beards N Roses event is also a fundraiser for Breast Friends, an organization that helps women effected by breast cancer.
Other events by the Portland Beardsmen include beard car washes and and beard competitions.
For more information visit DBMonkey.com/PortlandBeardsmen.
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