Shore Thing Escapes Provides Coronavirus Aid to the Bahamas

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Shore Thing Escapes continues to provide coronavirus relief to Bahamian citizens.

Shore Thing Escapes has partnered with Sea the Shore and Duffy Box & Recycling to provide aid to the Bahamas.

Shore Thing Escapes has provided coronavirus relief to Bahamian citizens. Still reeling from Hurricane Dorian in 2019, the islands have had to face this new threat and implement ever-evolving strategies for containing the virus as the months have passed.

Due to a lack of medical facilities, Bahamian Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis has suspended all commercial air travel with the United States and ordered any arriving visitors to go into a two-week quarantine, after which they would need to test negative for the virus.

These events have once again stopped almost all tourism and hindered other industries in various ways. Those who work in the tourism industry are suffering greatly. Despite these circumstances, Shore Thing Escapes are optimistic that things can take a positive turn, largely thanks to the efforts of Sea the Shore and Duffy Box & Recycling, who have inspired them to lend a hand as well. To start their efforts, they have sent two shipments containing 4 gallons of eco sanitizer and 1,000 masks to be distributed to those who need them. In addition, they have sent a large amount of food and baby supplies. They are committed to continuing their efforts, and encourage anyone else with the means to donate to the people of the Bahamas to do so.

About Shore Thing Escapes
Shore Thing Escapes is a tour excursion company in the Bahamas. They offer boat tours and the opportunity to swim with pigs and sharks, as well as interact with other wildlife. A portion of their proceeds are spent on helping marine life. They are committed to the maintaining the health and beauty of the environment they operate in, which has led to their direct partnership with Sea the Shore

About Sea the Shore
Sea the Shore is an organization dedicated to cleaning and supporting the wellbeing of the ocean, its inhabitants, and the coastal communities that depend on it. With an emphasis on educating others, Sea the Shore knows the importance of our future generations and therefore places a large focus on children.

In a followup to efforts in providing relief to survivors of Hurricane Dorian, as well as aid in the transport and evacuation of citizens, Sea the Shore has continued support efforts in the Bahamas and surrounding islands during the COVID-19 crisis. They have distributed PPE such as masks and dispensers to those who need them, in addition to an immense amount of baby supplies and food. Through education, support, cleaning, and more, Sea the Shore strives to ensure that the ocean and its surrounding communities continue to thrive for future generations.

About Duffy Box & Recycling
Duffy Box & Recycling is an industrial recycling company committed to the prosperity of an environmentally conscious infrastructure. They have been delivering their used boxes to some of America’s biggest companies since 1930. To date, they have saved over 35,000,000 trees.

For more information on Shore Thing Escapes and Sea the Shore, please contact Katie Moran at or You can also reach her at 301.639.5210.

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