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TWO entrepreneurs attempting to survive for a year solely by charging businesses to paint company logos on their faces are giving the profits they make from Christmas Day to charity.

Cambridge graduates Ross Harper, 22, from Greenwich, south London, and Ed Moyse, 22, from Poole, Dorset, have made more than pounds 11,000 since they started the business in October selling advertising space by the day on their faces and foreheads.

The idea means there are absolutely no days off, including Christmas, but the pair have decided to give the money they make on Christmas Day to the Alzheimer's Society.

The men will spend Christmas Day with their families, but said they would be blogging and taking pictures to prove they had completed the task.
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Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Geographic Code:4EUUK
Date:Dec 20, 2011
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