On Tuesday, June 8th in occasion of World’s Ocean Day, a private screening of the documentary film “100 Yards of Hope” The Fight to Save A National Treasure was shown at the Frost Museum of Science in Miami.
Living Coral was offered as the Official Wine of the night. As the relationship within Force Blue and Living Coral Wine strengthened, the two couldn’t miss the celebration of such an important date, World’s Ocean Day. This Day also marked the start of Force Blue initiative for Force Blue x Pepsi Stronger Together Coastal Conservation Ops, a summer-long series of four marine conservation initiatives in coastal communities around Florida. This program includes marine debris removal, coral disease monitoring, sea turtle survey and rescue, beach clean-ups, and more.
Team Force Blue, along with University of Miami, Frost Museum of Science, the NFL representatives, and other sponsors were part of it. NFL player Mak Hollins, the Mayer of Miami and other celebrities also joined the fight for the restoration of coral reef.
We invite everybody to watch this film. “100 Yards of Hope” is the story of how an eclectic group of scientists and special operations veterans came together as a team. And how, in their fight to preserve and restore a national treasure, that team built a symbol for the world.