Last year's topless car-wash.
A small group of men is again lathering up for this
year's Vision Topless Car Wash to raise funds for the Otago
Cancer Society, but there appears to be a drought of men in
Dunedin willing to take their shirts off to help.
So Vision managing director Glen Stapley is appealing for
volunteers to join in the fun tomorrow.
''If you don't have a car that needs washing, and you like to
get your shirt off, come and show us up.
''None of us are athletes. We're not show offs, but you just
get into the spirit of it and do it.
''It's something we're quite happy to do to raise money for a
Mr Stapley said it was a busy time for the company and many
staff were unable to help this year.
He hoped to have about a dozen people washing cars after they
were inundated with dirty cars last year.
''We had cars lined up along Portsmouth Dr There were dozens
of cars waiting to be washed at times.''
Last year, the team managed to raise more than $2500 for the
Otago Cancer Society's Relay for Life.
This year, cars would be washed for $5 again and it was hoped
to raise a similar amount, he said.
The men will be putting modesty aside and flaunting their
physiques from 9.30am until 2.30pm tomorrow, in the Vision
car park opposite the Harbour Molars. If the weather was
poor, it would be postponed until the following weekend, he