VIDEO: ‘Creative Cans In the Sand’ Unveiled At Lori Wilson Park In Cocoa Beach
By Space Coast Daily // December 7, 2015
ABOVE VIDEO: ‘Creative Cans In the Sand’ recently unveiled their first 12 artistically painted cans at Lori Wilson North Park in Cocoa Beach. (SpaceCoastDaily Video)
BREVARD COUNTY • COCOA BEACH, FLORIDA – ‘Creative Cans In the Sand’ recently unveiled their first 12 artistically painted cans at Lori Wilson North Park in Cocoa Beach.
This unveiling for Creative Cans In The Sand is just the beginning of many more parks and beaches they are looking to cover along the beautiful beaches here on the Space Coast of Florida.
“Creative Cans in the Sand is a not-for-profit with the mission to help encourage beach-goers to dispose of their trash responsibility, and with the hopes that more noticeable, artistically painted cans will result in a cleaner, more litter-free beach,” said founders Bobby and Nikki Freeman.
The couple has discovered that their efforts have brought positive worldwide attention that Brevard County beaches are kept clean in a very creative way.
“Lori Wilson North Park is now a giant art galley and also brings unique awareness, in a creative way, that trash belongs in cans and not in the sand,” said Bobby Freeman.
Creative Cans In The Sand has also been endorsed by politicians, government officials, prominent businesses and famous artists.
World famous marine wildlife artist Guy Harvey enthusiastically supports the effort through his social media venues and agreed to provide art for six trash cans.
With more than 72 miles of beach along Florida’s Atlantic coast, Brevard’s beautiful beaches are among the area’s most valuable tourism resources and Space Coast Office of Tourism Executive Director Eric Garvey recently lent his support to the “Creative Cans In the Sand” initiative.
“What a great way to promote clean beaches,” said Garvey.
To be a part of this exciting project, contact co-founder Bobby Freeman at firstname.lastname@example.org and for more information visit CLICK HERE.