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Skip the straw - Go straight for the drink

by Kara DiCamillo 20 Dec 2017 14:46 UTC
Skip the Straw - Go Straight for the Drink © Sailors for the Sea

In the U.S. alone, we use more than 500 million plastic straws every day, and most of them end up in our oceans, polluting the water and harming marine life. Boaters can stop this problem – #skipthestraw and go straight for the drink. Join the movement to stop single-use plastic straws: www.sailorsforthesea.org/join-our-crew

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