June 2007
SGB;Jun2007, Vol. 40 Issue 6, p21
Trade Publication
This article discusses how the surf footwear vendor Reef is relocating their global headquarters to Carlsbad, California. To make sure they are welcome in their new neighborhood, the company is hosting a back-yard clean up at the Carlsbad Lagoon. The clean up effort will be part of the company's Reef Redemption Foundation, which is designed to encourage environmentally conscious business practices.


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