Non Toxic Revolution at the MSA Classic!
One of the things we love about the surf community is their commitment to health and the environment. Starting today, September 6th - 8th, the Malibu Surf Association
will be hosting the MSA Classic Invitational
, benefitting SurfAid International
, a humanitarian organization committed to providing education in nutrition, hygiene, healthy environments and disease prevention. Non Toxic Revolution will be onsite at the MSA Classic to educate spectators about environmental links to breast cancer initiation and how they can in fact lower their risks for disease.
Some of Keep A Breast’s very own surf team ambassadors and environmental activists, Kassia Meador and Jen Smith, joined in to help us get the word out. As surfers, Kassia and Jen know that Plastic Sucks
! One time use plastics can and DO affect our health and environment; often ending up in our oceans. They are sure to be stopping by the booth to say hello and help spread the message. Come on out to the beach to meet us and learn how you can join the revolution!
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