Woodburn Man hopes to win the Best Mullet in America competition

Musio Chavez started raising his mullet to bring joy to people’s faces. Now he’s in the running to win a contest for the best mullet in America.

WOODBURN, Ore. – Musio Chavez had the idea of ​​growing his mullet in 2014, but it didn’t really take shape until 2020.

“It wasn’t difficult. I worked from home. I was fortunate enough to be able to do whatever I wanted with my hair and when I quit my job I started studying for the bar exam and was just too busy every day home,” Chavez said of his ’80s hairstyle.

When the pandemic hit, Chavez said he wanted to put a happy smile on the faces of people in Woodburn. Now, two years later, he’s hoping his “Business in front, Party in back” haircut earns the title America’s Best Mullet.

“It represents the lifestyle that anything can be done,” Chavez said. “I take it back, I can be ready for judgment. I leave it [go] wild, I’m ready for the party.”

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His mullet shows the state of Oregon shaved into the left side of his head.

He recently made the top 100 and fans voted for their favorites via Facebook and shot him into the top 25 category.

“I didn’t believe it,” Chavez said. “I did this really for fun, and then when I saw the voices coming, I saw the support from my high school. I saw the support from this city. I saw Oregon’s support. I was really thankful. It felt great, not just for me, but for the Oregon under my name.”

Voting for the top 25 begins on October 7th at the USA Mullet Championships website and runs through October 11 at 11:59 am EST. The winner will receive a grand prize of $2,500.

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Laura Coffey

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