You heard all about Carstache 2.0, but what about the original ’stache? Few folks know it was orange, not pink — and that its creator, Ethan, cooked up the first prototype in his garage. Tonight, we're sharing the full scoop on the ’stache's roots with "Story of the ’Stache," featuring some key players in Lyft-story who took it from an idea to the symbol of a global movement.
- John decided on the pink ’stache because he wanted to make people to smile.
- Wearing the ’stache on the grille helps passengers identify you, and break the ice once they hop in your ride.
- Lyft employees are a little (read: a lot) obsessed with the ’stache. Ahem.
Got more questions about our fuzzy pink friend? Ask away in the comments!