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Peace Frogs launches “Give Seas a Chance” design tees
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Jul '13
Dolphins, sea turtles, frogs and celebrating the waters of the world. That’s at the heart of Peace Frogs recent new design launch – Give Seas a Chance.

“While Peace Frogs doesn’t promote any specific form of activism – our world needs peace in many ways now more than ever – celebrating nature and the environment has always been at the heart of what we do,” said Catesby Jones, Founder and President of Peace Frogs.

“Launching a new design that celebrates the oceans, the water and the need to promote taking care of it fits perfectly with our mission to live fun, do good.”

The Peace Frogs Give Seas a Chance design is featured on an olive green, organic cotton t-shirt and available in sizes small to extra-extra large. The design incorporates a dolphin, sea turtle and signature Peace Frog.

World Oceans Day is celebrated each year in June, Jones said.

“We’re hoping this design encourages people to celebrate world oceans, seas, bays, creeks, rivers – whatever is important to you – everyday,” Jones said.

About Peace Frogs:

Established more than 25 years ago by Catesby Jones, the Virginia-based Peace Frogs apparel company promotes positively peaceful living. The apparel and gift products are featured online and in more than 800 specialty stores around the world.

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