Guinness World Record for largest underwater clean up with Dixie Divers!
So proud to have been a part of this event.
I want to congratulate Dixie divers and the city of Deerfield Beach for organizing such an amazing event but also, I would love to say thanks to all the divers that made this event happen. Many of them drove or flew from far away. A special congrats to Eros Rodriguez and Marcelo Andrade for putting great energy into promoting this event and organizing our team.
As the divers arrive and register with the volunteers, they find their team and begin to set up their gear.
As the divers were released, hundreds of them marched into the ocean donning their gear including a mesh bag for garbage and debris collection.
The official weight of the trash recovered is still being tallied, and the number is likely to grow, said Tyler Bourgoine, who participated in and helped organize the cleanup. Ocean conservation group Project AWARE estimates that the cleanup might have removed as much as 3,200 pounds of marine debris.
“There were countless lead sinkers … everything from a boat ladder to a barbell,” Bourgoine told CNN.
As the final number of divers is set to be announced, a crowd forms around Michael Empric, the official Guinness World Record Judge.
As the crowd hears the final count of 633, excitement ensues and cheers can be heard across the entire Deerfield Beach! Congrats to all the divers for setting a world record for a phenomenal cause!
March 3rd I completed 20 years in the USA.
Why did I decided to move here?
Because I did not want to go to college.
Nothing against it but there were no profession, for me, worth 6 years of studying.
In the US I learned about NLP (neuro linguistic programing), network marketing and eCommerce.
**I fell in love.**
NLP lead me to personal growth, reading and attending some amazing seminars. And network marketing has become my profession.
I thought I didn’t like studying but I really only needed something that I would be excited about in order for me to invest the time.
As Zig Ziglar said:
Find something you love doing and you will never have to work another day in your life again.
I am thankful for the last 20 years. For this country. For all the amazing friends I have.
And for the path I found here.
I thank God for guiding me and giving me the strength while away from my town, my friends and my family.
And I am ready for more. I hope I can share some insights and we can do some growing together.
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