If you are visiting the ocean to surf, play volleyball or merely hang out, you want to keep your cash, cards and keys dry and secure. You may use a plastic sandwich bag as a way to do so, but that bag could very well go into the ocean after a single use, contributing to the almost 28 billion pounds of plastic that end up in the ocean each year. After all, plastic films like zip lock bags are not recycled by many curbside recycling programs.
KOV is a new brand that is developing the Reef Pouch, a lightweight, biodegradable wallet for keeping your valuables dry. The Reef Pouch is manufactured from recycled TPU, an environmentally conscious rubberized polyurethane that is abrasion-resistant, non-toxic, and odorless. The Reef Pouch will also remain soft and elastic over time compared to other toxic vinyl solutions.
This earth friendly product will not only cut down on the pollution in our oceans, but it will also help fund important conservation programs. Five percent of gross profits go to ocean causes, currently to Bali Sharks, a shark conservation nursery based in Bali.
You can take an active role in preserving the health of our oceans by backing the KOV Indiegogo fundraising campaign. Funds raised will be used to design, engineer, prototype and produce the Reef Pouch. In return for your generous support, you may receive valuable perks like stickers, Slim Wallets, T-shirts, Reef Pouches, or a mystery future product.
To learn more about the Reef Pouch, or to make a donation to this worthy project, please visit https://goo.gl/KJHia3
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Company Name: KOV Reef Pouch
Contact Person: Scott Nelson-Tucker