Mustache-Themed Shirts To Benefit Marshfield Police

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Due to a temporary policy change to help facilitate N95 mask usage during the COVID-19 pandemic, Marshfield Police Department members are required to shave their beards. With the new restrictions in mind, the department has also relaxed the mustache standards for the next few months.

In a video published this weekend, Lt. Jody Geurink is shown mourning his beard, then celebrating his new mustache:

To support the department during this time, TriMedia and Premier Printing have designed t-shirts that demonstrate appreciation for the department. Proceeds from the t-shirt sales will be donated to the department to help them purchase Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).

“We wanted to do something fun to support our local PD,” said Lindsey Rasmussen, co-owner. “I love custom t-shirts, so this seemed like a great way to do that!”

Get your shirt here.

Citizens are encouraged to share a photo of themselves wearing the t-shirts, with a creative mustache!

Premier Printing has also designed custom shirts to celebrate local health care workers, public safety officials, and small business. Check them out here.

Breanna Butler
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Breanna Butler is an award-winning multimedia producer born and raised in Central Wisconsin. She enjoys exploring and writing about the community. She lives in Marshfield with her husband and furry family.