CP #1 by Coastal Playground

Rory Wehrlie December 2, 2012
CP #1 by Coastal Playground

CP #1 by Coastal Playground

Product Description: Coastal Playground uses 100% organic cotton, water/soy based ink, and an eco-friendly printing process makes this super soft slim fit t-shirt have an ultra low foot print on the environment. Combine this with the 50/50 and you have a garment that really works for you!

The Good: Community

With thier 50/50 program, Coastal Playground is able to help communities by saving them thousands of dollars in labor expenses. But let the math speak for itself. 3,000 volunteer hours is the equivalent of $25,000 of labor to Californians. This year alone, Coastal Playground clocked over 5,000 volunteer hours, with an average of 100 volunteers per cleanup. And while we’re throwing numbers around, that’s 1,000 pounds of trash that is no longer on our beaches. Cleaning beaches, saving taxpayers money and fitting the world with awesome swag. This playground knows no limits.

Eco-Friendly

Footprints in the sand? Not here. Using 100% organic cotton, soy and water based inks, eco-friendly printing processes and by restricting release of toxins into the oceans, Coastal Playground leaves nothing more than a faint trace.

Humanitarian

What better playground is there? On a mission to preserve and protect the coastal regions of the world, Coastal Playground is harnessing the power of the community to develop innovative solutions that enact positive change. With their 50/50 program, the company gives 50% of the proceeds from the sale of their clothing to nonprofit organizations that organize beach cleanups and educate communities about the importance of protecting the coastal environment. After all, life’s a beach.

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