[acn-l] (Fwd) Help save our worlds coral reefs and marine habitats

Dean Staff (dstaff at home.com)
Tue, 14 Dec 1999 22:32:43 -0500

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From: "Reef Ball" <staff at reefball.com>
Subject: Help save our worlds coral reefs and marine habitats
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Reef Balls are state of the art designed artificial reefs used to restore
ailing coral reefs and to create new fishing and scuba diving reefs. Over
50,000 have been deployed worldwide in over 500 projects. Please visit
these various Reef Ball related non-profit organizations and other
companies websites for information on how to start restoring a reef near
you..

Thanks in advance for your interest in helping to save our worlds oceanic
ecosystems.

www.reefball.org
Reef Ball Foundation, Inc.

The Reef Ball Foundation is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization dedicated to
making new aquatic habitats by helping folks build Reef Ball artificial
reefs and teaching about the value of natural reefs. The Foundation's
Reefs Around the World and Reefs Around The Nation grant programs provide
molds to folks for helping to accomplish these goals.

www.reefball.com
The Reef Ball Development Group, Ltd.

Reef Balls are state of the art designed artificial reefs designed to
restore ailing coral reefs and to create new fishing and scuba diving
reefs. Over 50,000 Reef Balls have been deployed world wide creating over
500 new scuba destinations. Reef Ball sells, rents or leases molds and can
provide turnkey solutions for folks wanting to build a reef.

www.reefballcoalition.org
The Reef Ball Coalition, Inc.

The Reef Ball Coalition is an eco-tourist company that sends folks on
vacations to build and deploy Reef Ball artificial reefs. On your next
vacation why not build a reef to leave for future generations or even your
next vacation?

www.eternalreefs.com
Eternal Reefs, Inc.

Eternal Reefs is a company that builds memorial reefs with Reef Balls,
often incorporating cremated remains within the concrete of the Reef Ball.
Eternal Reef specializes in creating memorial reefs for ocean lovers.

We also appreciate links from your site to these pages. Let us know if you
would like a reciprocal link. (Send your request to our Webmaster, Jay
Jorgensen at jayj at reefball.com)

Thanks,

Todd Barber
President & CEO, Reef Ball Development Group, Ltd.
toddb at reefball.com

Please direct specific inquires to the appropriate company within the "Reef
Ball Family" (all web sites have full contact information)

If you would like to be placed on our e-mail update service, send an e-mail
to reefball-subscribe at listbot.com This is a one time mailing since your
e-mail address was associated with marine fishery themes on the internet.

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Reef Balls are state of the art designed artificial reefs used to restore a= iling coral reefs and to create new fishing and scuba diving reefs. Over 5= 0,000 have been deployed worldwide in over 500 projects. Please visit these= various Reef Ball related non-profit organizations and other companies web= sites for information on how to start restoring a reef near you..

Thanks in advance for your interest in helping to save our worlds oceanic e= cosystems.


www.reefball.org
Reef Ball Foundation, Inc.

The Reef Ball Foundation is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization dedicated to= making new aquatic habitats by helping folks build Reef Ball artificial re= efs and teaching about the value of natural reefs. The Foundation's Reefs = Around the World and Reefs Around The Nation grant programs provide molds t= o folks for helping to accomplish these goals.


www.reefball.com
The Reef Ball Development Group, Ltd.

Reef Balls are state of the art designed artificial reefs designed to resto= re ailing coral reefs and to create new fishing and scuba diving reefs. Ov= er 50,000 Reef Balls have been deployed world wide creating over 500 new sc= uba destinations. Reef Ball sells, rents or leases molds and can provide t= urnkey solutions for folks wanting to build a reef.


www.reefballcoalition.org<= BR> The Reef Ball Coalition, Inc.

The Reef Ball Coalition is an eco-tourist company that sends folks on vacat= ions to build and deploy Reef Ball artificial reefs. On your next vacation = why not build a reef to leave for future generations or even your next vaca= tion?


www.eternalreefs.com
Eternal Reefs, Inc.

Eternal Reefs is a company that builds memorial reefs with Reef Balls, ofte= n incorporating cremated remains within the concrete of the Reef Ball. Ete= rnal Reef specializes in creating memorial reefs for ocean lovers.


We also appreciate links from your site to these pages. Let us know if you= would like a reciprocal link. (Send your request to our Webmaster, Jay Jor= gensen at jayj at reefball.com


Thanks,

Todd Barber
President & CEO, Reef Ball Development Group, Ltd.
toddb at reefball.com


Please direct specific inquires to the appropriate company within the "Reef= Ball Family" (all web sites have full contact information)


If you would like to be placed on our e-mail update service, send an e-mail= to reefball-subscribe at li= stbot.com This is a one time mailing since your e-mail address was ass= ociated with marine fishery themes on the internet.



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