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Cleaning up our local Beach!

September 05, 2018

Cleaning up our local Beach!

In honor of Carpinteria appreciation month the Blue Planet Crew decided to lend a helping hand and clean up our local beach, for this month's
Random Act of Kindness (RAOK).
We were joined by Blue Planet Ambassador @worldchangerco & @sophianak to help clean up our beautiful beach and take some amazing photos of our August Project.

1.Volunteer with us! If you are located in Santa Barbara or Ventura Counties and want to give back to your community - Click Here

2.Active on Social Media, Vlog or Blog? Help spread the word by joining our Ambassador/Affiliate Program. - Click Here

3.When you shop with us or at one of our retail partners, you empower a person in need with the gift of sight. - Watch the video

4.Follow us on Instagram - @blueplaneteyewear  

Thank you for your support! 

 

 




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