Posted by: reefrescue | September 2, 2010

Palm Beach Coral Gardens DVD released

Reef Rescue announced the early release of their latest DVD video; Palm Beach Coral Gardens. This is the third in a series of videos focusing on the beauty and unique aspects of the Palm Beach coral reef ecosystem.

Previous Reef Rescue DVD’s were released in conjunction with the annual West Palm Beach Florida Dive Show held in December. “The DVD’s were always a big hit at the show, but we were left scrambling to fulfill orders for the Holiday season. This year’s early release is designed to allow enough lead-time to ensure divers, retailers, clubs and organizations will be fully stocked in time for the gift-giving-season,” said a Reef Rescue spokesperson.

A second reason for the early release is a little more basic, “we simply need the revenue”, said Reef Rescue. Strapped with increased monitoring costs associated with the recent Palm Beach coral bleaching (see: added to our other projects we’re struggling to cover expenses.

Reef Rescue has always made a conscious effort not to hound our supporters with constant pleas for donations. This strategy has been successful in the past, with dive industry and concerned individuals generously funding our coral reef conservation programs. However, with the current economy and increased resource monitoring we’re forced to step-up our fundraising.

This latest DVD is one of our best, not only do we focus on the spectacular such as giant Goliath Groupers and sea turtles, this DVD takes a closer look at the “macro” world of the reef with tiny anemone shrimp and other cryptic reef inhabitants. Our videos are designed to help build and understanding and appreciation for the complex web of life that makes our reefs “rainforests of the sea”.

Click here to order DVD

If your organization, club or outlet is interested in quantity orders contact Reef Rescue for details.


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