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Be a Business Partner for the Bays!
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Our ocean beaches are our front yard, but it is our Inland Bays that are the quieter, more solitary places. They are the home of our marinas–the launching point for deep sea fishing. They offer broad stretches of open bay for parasailing and waterskiing and lagoons and creeks for kayaking and fishing. And, our bays are home to many of our premier waterfront communities.
Our bays are the backbone of a coastal tourism industry that extends from the point at Cape Henlopen to the “Narrows” at Fenwick Island. The shallow waters and tidal marshes that lie just to the west of this 25-mile stretch of coastline are not just a beautiful place to see the sunset, but vitally important to our local economy as well. That’s why these waters have been designated by the U.S. Congress as an “estuary of national importance.”
For more than a decade, the Center for the Inland Bays has worked with the business community and citizens to protect the beauty and health of the Bays. As state and federal dollars decrease, we need our partners now more than ever. We need your financial support.
Check out our current “Businesses for the Bays” listed on the website. We hope that you will decide to join them in working with us for “better bays ahead.”
If you would like to learn more about our member programs or other opportunities for giving and working together, please call Jenn Jones, our Development Coordinator at (302) 226-8105 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We hope you will answer the call by becoming a Business Partner for the Bays with your contribution of $100. You can donate online through Paypal by clicking the “Donate” button at the top of the page!
Did You Know
DID YOU KNOW?
A house with a 2,000 square-foot roof yields 600 gallons of water from a 1-inch rainstorm?