Tom Goodson Endorses ‘Creative Cans In the Sand’

By  //  August 19, 2014

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ABOVE VIDEO: “Creative Cans In the Sand” co-founder, and Ringling College of Art and Design graduate, Bobby Freeman creates a beautiful can in this time lapse video. The Creative Cans In the Sand initiative was organized this summer by Bobby Freeman and his wife Nikki, and the program is being endorsed and embraced by many volunteers, local and famous artists, the media and businesses.

BREVARD COUNTY • COCOA BEACH, FLORIDA – Florida House Representative Tom Goodson has joined a growing list of community leaders and art celebrities that has endorsed the “Creative Cans In the Sand” beach beautification initiative.

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The Creative Cans In the Sand initiative was organized this summer by RE/MAX Elite Realtors Bobby Freeman and his wife Nikki, and the program is being endorsed and embraced by many volunteers, local and famous artists, the media and businesses – and the City of Cocoa Beach has expressed their intent to help out in any way possible.

Tom Goodson

Tom Goodson

“Creative Cans in the Sand is such an excellent idea,” Rep. Goodson said to the Freemans.

“I certainly support any program that is encouraging beach goers to keep the beaches and waterway clean.”

To show his support, Rep. Goodson will pay a special visit to Bali Studios, located at 1980 North Atlantic Avenue in Cocoa Beach on Thursday at 2 p.m. to see the first two test cans first hand.

“Hopefully the combination of art and catchy slogans will be enough to get people to ‘Put it in the can, not the sand,’” said Rep. Goodson.

The initiative also got a big boost when world famous marine wildlife artist Guy Harvey recently shared the idea with his Facebook followers, and within hours Harvey’s post was shared more than 1,000 times and liked more than 7,000 times –and growing.

Bali Studios Creative Cans in the Sand is now complete,” said Sheri Stewart.

Sheri Stewart

Sheri Stewart

BALI-STUDIO-CANS-IN-SAND-580-2“Thank you to Nikki and Bobby Freeman for having confidence in my artistic ability for this wonderful project. Thank you to Nick Pafford and Julie Bennett for the Ninja Turtle Octopus and Pink Seahorse-they are big hits with everyone who has seen it so far. Thank you to the 100+ beautiful women who contributed the colorful sea grasses they each made and signed to go on the can. Its awesome and I am grateful to you all.”

Please leave your ideas and feedback as a comment below, and for more information e-mail Freeman at mccoyfreemangroup@gmail.com

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ABOVE MAP: Rep. Tom Goodson will pay a special visit to Bali Studios, located at 1980 North Atlantic Avenue in Cocoa Beach on Thursday at 2 p.m. to see the first two test cans first hand. “Hopefully the combination of art and catchy slogans will be enough to get people to ‘Put it in the can, not the sand,’” said Rep. Goodson.


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