For immediate release:
Keep Our Beaches Clean Campaign!
Saturday, July 3rd, 2003
ECOMB, in partnership with Wild Oats, to launch an one year long campaign to raise the awareness of our community members and visitors to the litter problem in our beaches:
Keep Our Beaches Clean Aerial Banner Campaign.
You’ve seen what ECOMB’s volunteer Beach Cleanups can accomplish in just one morning! Now ECOMB’s energetic volunteers will clean up North Beach’s Tatum Waterway, on September 14, and Flagler Memorial Island (Monument Island)/ Island View Park on September 21.
The September 21 events are part of the International Coastal Cleanup Day and partnership project with the Ocean Conservancy and its Florida Chapters.
DATE September 21st
TIME 9am – 12 noon
AGE All ages welcomed
LOCATION Meet us at Island View Park, on Purdy Avenue, just north of the junction of the Venetian Causeway in Miami Beach.
REGISTRATION At ECOMB’s web site: www.ecomb.org
ECOMB is a not-for-profit 501c(3) Florida corporation founded in 1994 to promote clean beaches, waterways and wetlands. Each year ECOMB coordinates events and programs that encourage responsible behavior and awareness in the Miami Beach vicinity. More info and registration at: http://www.ecomb.org
Journalists, please contact us for press interviews, by calling Luiz Rodrigues, Executive Director ECOMB, Inc., at 305.534.3825, and Ms. Nannette Rodriguez, Media Relations Officer, City of Miami Beach, at 305.673.7575. Press and TV coverage are welcome for both events. To learn more about ECOMB, and to see photos from recent Beach Cleanup projects, go to our web site at www.ecomb.org.
Join volunteers from high schools, local associations, churches, synagogues, and businesses, as they MAKE A DIFFERENCE. Refreshments will be served and students may use these cleanup events towards Community Service Hours.
ECOMB is a not-for-profit 501c(3) Florida corporation founded in 1994 to promote clean beaches, waterways and wetlands. Each year ECOMB coordinates events and programs that encourage responsible behavior and awareness in the Miami Beach vicinity.
More info and registration at: http://www.ecomb.org
August 9, 2002
Dear Mr. Calderon,
May we count on “Neighbors” to announce the following ECOMB community Cleanup events? Both in your Calendar, and with advance notice under the community news rubric? In addition, we would most appreciate your assigning a journalist and photographer to cover the September 14th Tatum Waterway cleanup in North Beach, and then the Monument Island Beach Cleanup, on September 21, which is International Coastal Cleanup Day. There should be good photo opportunities at both events.
Board member of ECOMB