Ocean Ambassadors are always in the water, face to face with the issues our ocean is facing due to human consumption. They care about finding the solution and are leading the way by actively working on their own projects, creating awareness and influencing change.

 

Right now our Team Riders are also paving the way, the Moreno Twins are exposing the issue of how straws are intruding beaches in the Canary Islands. Ocean Ambassador Wim Pyl and Team Rider Sonni Hönscheid are both drinking without plastic straws and sucking from alternatives such as metal, glass or bamboo and they want to see you join them!

 

 

 

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Get involved now for the chance of receiving a Starboard eco-product hamper. 2 hampers are given away each week for the next 3 weeks with the winner being announced Live on our Instagram!

 

This is how you can participate in the campaign;

 

  • Publish a picture or video on either Instagram or Facebook of you with your strawless drink
  • Share why we don’t need plastic straws to support the campaign & create awareness
  • Use the #stopsucking hashtag and tag either @starboardsup or @starboardwindsurfing

 

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