This month, in addition to our regular writers, we have two guest writers whom we are honoured to share their articles. One is Mike Fitzgerald, from California Scuba Center, who is sharing an article on “Dive into Space Summer Camp,” which is an excellent article and idea we can all learn from. The second guest writer is Jim Gunderson, a very well-known and respected member of the dive industry known for his work at Divers Alert Network. NAUI, DEMA, as well as other worthy pursuits. Jim is introducing our readers to Scuba Educators International, a small agency known for quality and excellence.
From our regular writers, we have some excellent items as well. Ryan, this time, has gone to a thought-provoking article, rather than the entertainment ones we are used to, called “That First Impression.”
As of the October issue, we will change our format and have some additional advertising space available. If you or one of your suppliers are interested, please contact me, Bill, at ScubaBiz.Help. Our email is info@ScubaBiz.Help.
We welcome all areas of advertisers in the scuba industry: not only equipment but also destinations, live-aboard charters, environmental organizations, and agencies, to name a few. The first options of space and placement of advertisements will go to the current advertising supporters.
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Yours in fun, safe diving, Bill Doran.
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