Win a Bracenet with the SURF Magazin!

Bracenet
03 March 2017

Bracenet develops fashion bracelets from ghost nets and joined forces with Healthy Seas and its many partners, to work together for cleaner and healthier seas.

The unique wristbands are made of the waste fishing nets that are collected by Healthy Seas and Ghost Fishing. The nets are cleaned and sorted by Nofir AS and then Bracenet manually produces bracelets – a stylish statement for the protection of the seas and oceans. And this is not just a symbolic gesture, because 10% of the proceeds from each wristband sold goes to support the cause of Healthy Seas while providing a showcase for circular economy that waste is too valuable to be wasted.

Do you want to win a Bracenet? Now it’s possible thanks to the SURF Magazin in Germany. Just drop an email before 19 March 2017 with the subject “Bracenet” at gewinn@surf-magazin.de and keep your fingers crossed!

BRACENET – SAVE THE SEAS. WEAR A NET.

http://www.bracenet.net

http://www.surf-magazin.de/

 

 

 

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