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Salt Life SALT LIFE Salt Life is an authentic, aspirational and lifestyle brand that embraces those who love the ocean and everything associated with living the “Salt Life”. Founded in 2003 by four avid watermen from Jacksonville Beach, Florida, the Salt Life brand has widespread appeal with ocean enthusiasts worldwide. From fishing, diving and surfing, to beach fun and sun-soaked relaxation, the Salt Life brand says “I live the Salt Life”. Learn more at
SUP Magazine SUP MAGAZINE is part of TEN: Action/Outdoor and is the leading publication in the standup paddling world. With a progressive, approachable style, SUP strives to push readers off the couch and onto the water. By blending engaging print and destination features, gear coverage and in-depth instructional pieces with in-house video and event write-ups on, SUP magazine is changing the way you look at the sport, all while getting you into the game. For more information, please visit
California State Parks CALIFORNIA STATE PARKS California Department of Parks and Recreation manages more than 270 park units, which contain the finest and most diverse collection of natural, cultural, and recreational resources to be found within California. These treasures are as diverse as California: From the last stands of primeval redwood forests to vast expanses of fragile desert; from the lofty Sierra Nevada to the broad sandy beaches of our southern coast; and from the opulence of Hearst Castle to the vestiges of colonial Russia. Responsible for almost one-third of California's scenic coastline, California State Parks manages the state's finest coastal wetlands, estuaries, beaches, and dune systems. Our workplace consists of nearly 1.4 million acres, with over 280 miles of coastline; 625 miles of lake and river frontage; nearly 15,000 campsites; and 3,000 miles of hiking, biking, and equestrian trails. For more info, visit
DSBIA DOHENY STATE BEACH INTERPRETIVE ASSOCIATION is among the oldest state park cooperating associations in California. It was incorporated in 1982 as a non-profit 501(c)3, public benefit organization dedicated to the protection and preservation of Doheny State Beach: its beach, park and facilities, marine refuge, and historical / social stories. It operates within the terms of a contract with the California Department of Parks & Recreation. The overall goals of DSBIA are: to promote the educational and interpretive activities at Doheny State Beach; assist the parks to produce and distribute appropriate interpretive and educational materials and resources to park visitors; to assist the park in acquiring appropriate natural, cultural and historical artifacts related to Doheny State Beach and its surrounding area for display; to maintain a library of relevant interpretive media for Doheny State Beach; to assist in the development and maintenance of the interpretive facilities and programs; and to provide funding to the State Park for Interpretive Staff support and professional development. Visit