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Softops to save the rainforest? Well, yes

 






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Cuipo & Int Board Shop collaborate on rainforest project

Surfersvillage Global Surf News, 7 June, 2013 : - - Cuipo has partnered with INT Soft boards. With the purchase of every board, called the Catfish, 10 square meters of pristine rainforest is preserved. The 5’10” Cuipo x INT Soft board is made of recyclable, closed-cell foam.  Its thermally bonded, waterproof core is lightweight and durable.  The “Catfish” is high performing and perfect for all conditions. 
 
Cuipo’s preservation efforts are centered on the belief that the best way to stop deforestation is to buy rainforest and preserve it, which is exactly what they do.  With revenue from numerous product lines and partnerships, the company purchases large parcels of land for permanent preservation.

While the general public can contribute by purchasing meters of land or Cuipo merchandise such as the “Catfish” INT Surfboard, businesses and organizations can partner with Cuipo for brand activations, green education, collaboration, and product licensing.
 
By purchasing and owning rainforest land, Cuipo ensures the resources are never exploited and the landscape is preserved in perpetuity.

www.cuipo.org

Source: Shout

Author: Angie Matthews

Tags: Rainforest, Soft Top Surfboards, Environment

Industry: Surfersvillage





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