The Sunglass Fix Sponsors Fundraising Event for The Turtle Conservation Project

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The Turtle Conservation Project is aimed at eliminating plastic bag use in Eastern Australia in an effort to protect marine turtles. The Sunglass Fix donated AU$600 towards the purchase of Turtle Art, which will grace their office walls.

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Everyone at The Sunglass Fix realizes that they live in one of the most beautiful areas in the entire world, especially in terms of our coastline and coastal waters.

The Sunglass Fix, a worldwide leader in sunglass lens replacement, is proud to report that they were a sponsor of The Turtle Conservation Project’s most recent fundraiser, which was held on October 20th of this year. The company donated AU$600 toward the purchase of Turtle Art, which they plan to use to brighten their office walls.

Protecting sea life, especially turtles, is important to The Sunglass Fix as they are situated in the middle of Australia’s Gold Coast, an area rich in sea life. As a company, The Sunglass Fix focuses on environmental sustainability and corporate responsibility. By providing replacement lenses, the company offers a business solution that will help reduce environmental waste while allowing customers to repair their sunglasses instead of throwing them away.

"Everyone at The Sunglass Fix realizes that they live in one of the most beautiful areas in the entire world, especially in terms of our coastline and coastal waters," says Craig Anderson, founder and owner of The Sunglass Fix. "Our company is founded on the principles of responsible corporate action and environmental stewardship. The Turtle Conservation Project allows us to be true to these principles, with the benefit of protecting the sea life that is a major part of our home."

The Sunglass Fix currently has over 30,000 replacement sunglass lenses ready to ship worldwide. Their ability to craft polarized lens replacements, Oakley lens replacements and any other sunglass lens replacements keeps consumers from throwing away broken sunglasses which, in turn, helps protect the environment.

About The Turtle Conservation Project

The Turtle Conservation Project aims to eliminate plastic bag use across the east coast of Australia. All marine turtles in Australia are threatened for extinction. This project assists turtles through events to educate and raise funds for the cause.

For more information, visit: http://www.turtleconservation.com.au/.

About The Sunglass Fix:

The Sunglass Fix won Platinum Award for outstanding customer service for a third time in a row. They manufacture and source some of the best sunglass replacement lenses for sunglasses on the market. They leverage precision technology to shape them to customers' existing frames. With over 25,000 lenses to choose from, it’s the biggest selection on the planet that can be shipped anywhere free! Additionally, their lenses can be custom cut and installed in just about any pair of sunglasses with two lenses. This is an industry changing solution for sunglass users. Would you rather toss your sunglasses to landfill or give them a new life?

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