CLEARWATER, FL – The Safe Boating Campaign, a worldwide effort focused on responsible boating led by the National Safe Boating Council, has the largest online library of FREE resources to encourage new and experienced boaters to choose to boat responsibly.
“At the National Safe Boating Council, we are committed to creating a safe boating experience for all recreational boaters,” said Peg Phillips, executive director of the National Safe Boating Council. “No matter your ability, age, color, or shape, we encourage you to connect with local partners in your community to learn how you can enjoy the best day on the water.”
The Safe Boating Campaign collaborates with partners around the world to share about safe boating in their local communities through events, social media, workshops, and more. This grassroots effort has created worldwide recognition of the Safe Boating Campaign with support from federal and state agencies, marinas, marine law enforcement, parks, training schools, and other boating safety advocates.
“We are excited to be a partner with the Safe Boating Campaign to provide more black and brown women and their families the opportunity to hold space and feel welcomed on the water,” said Tanya Walker, president and founder of Black Women Who, a nonprofit that empowers women and children to take part in outdoor activities across the U.S.
Partners have access to a robust library of FREE resources to support their local outreach efforts at https://safeboatingcampaign.com/resources/. The Safe Boating Campaign resources have been recognized with national and international award associations including the Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts, Hermes Creative, PRSA, The Telly Awards Judging Council, and more. Resources include branding, banners, flyers, infographics, launch point signs, photo library, posters, public service announcements, radio ads, social media resources, videos, and much more.
“If you have a passion for boating and having a safe day on the water, we encourage you to learn more about the Safe Boating Campaign and become a partner,” said Phillips.
Boating enthusiasts can find local partners or sign-up to become a local partner by visiting https://safeboatingcampaign.com/become-a-partner/.
The Safe Boating Campaign is produced under a grant from the Sport Fish Restoration and Boating Trust Fund and administered by the U.S. Coast Guard. The campaign offers a variety of free and paid resources to support local boating safety education efforts. Learn more at www.safeboatingcampaign.com.
About the National Safe Boating Council
Established in 1958, the National Safe Boating Council is the foremost coalition for the advancement and promotion of safer boating through education, outreach, and training. For more information about NSBC programs and professional development opportunities, visit www.safeboatingcouncil.org.
Yvonne Pentz, National Safe Boating Council, email@example.com, 440-670-1294