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Announcing the 2014 Trashy Diver Contest Winners!


Announcing the 2014 Trashy Diver Contest Winners!

 


 

The results are in for the 2014 Trashy Diver Contest! Roddenberry Adventures and the NAUI Green Diver Initiative would like to thank all of the participants for sharing their conservation efforts with us!

Congratulations to all of our 2014 Grand Prize Winners:
Grand Prize Winner - Tom Thornton from Florida, USA won a complete TUSA Scuba Gear Set with a Blue Steel Scuba Steel Tank! (Gear set includes one of each: mask, snorkel, fins, BC, gauge, console, regulator, gear bag, Waterproof brand booties, gloves, and wetsuit.)
 

    


Overall "Most Amount of Trash" Winner -
Kim Legarto from Philippines
won a Star Trek Phaser II Prop!
The tires removed during a cleanup in the Philippines were
recycled into ropes for securing mooring buoys.
 

 

Overall "Most Unique Piece of Trash" Winner -
Nathaniel Klumb from Louisiana, USA
won a DiveQuest Dive at
The Seas at Epcot® in Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida!
Nathaniel single-handedly removed a football tackling sled from the bayou.



Special thanks to all of our 2014 Trashy Diver Contest sponsors!

 

                    

 

         


   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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