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REDness

Registered: Jul 2011
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Location: NYC

Join us on April 26th-May 3rd, 2020 as
Tribe Records & Tambor Party present
The Tribe Tambor Cruise 2020
FROM MIAMI, FLORIDA TO:
Philipsburg, St. Maarten, San Juan, Puerto Rico & Haiti
w/ Djs ZEPHERIN SAINT(Tribe Records) & STAN ZEFF (Tambor Party)
(+ Many more DJs TBA!)

***PLEASE BE SURE TO CHOOSE REDNESS AS YOUR AMBASSADOR WHEN BOOKING***

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:
-Payment plans available with just $200 deposit to hold your spot
-Final payments due January 2020
Maximum of two people per cabin
- Cost does not include flight to Miami or transport from airport to the cruise port

VISIT https://www.tribetamborcruise.com/ for FULL DETAILS or to BOOK NOW
***PLEASE BE SURE TO CHOOSE REDNESS AS YOUR AMBASSADOR WHEN BOOKING***

WHAT YOU GET:
In addition to all the events / parties, the price of your cabins includes:
Round trip cruise from Miami going to Philipsburg, St. Maarten, San Juan, Puerto Rico & Haiti
ALL INCLUSIVE Food on board
Use of all the pools and many other activities on ship
ALL INCLUSIVE food & drinks Beach Party in San Juan
Entrance to Tribe and Tambor private parties on ship
Port & ticketing fees
Entry to April 25th pre cruise party + May 3rd post cruise party in Miami

***Drink packages available***

Please email RED@theREDness.com if you have questions or need help booking.

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Guile
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Don't like the spray painting on rocks especially so close to the ocean. Makes me query the whole ideology and the ethos behind the TRIBE/TAMBOR cruise/party.

Such disdain for the already marginalised and struggling marine creatures that have to live and feed on those rocks is shocking, probably symptomatic of your contempt and hatred for the environment in general. You could have painted an old board and propped it up on the beach, then recycled it as part of the "décor" for your party.

Just on the basis of that alone I won't be supporting your efforts to destroy this world for a quick buck, and wonder why anyone would.

GROW UP, PEOPLE LIKE YOU ARE WRECKING OUR BEAUTIFUL PLANET.

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Guile
A magnificent animal of a man

Registered: Sep 2001
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Location: A wretched hive of scum and villainy

The outdoors are facing serious threats. Ensuring people practice Leave No Trace is essential.

All paints, toxic or not, are not natural, by spreading them around in the habitat of plants and animals, and exposing them to the elements, your paints will break down and end up in the ocean and along with plastics and the other garbage people like you throw in the ocean daily will become part of the food chain.

Your flier demonstrates you have:

Zero respect for wildlife.
By disturbing their habitats.
By putting paints into their food and water sources

Zero consideration for other humans.
Many of us go out into nature to get away from human- altered environments. Littering the beach with your painted rocks will destroy the unspoiled feeling that we’re looking for.

Painting rocks is incredibly disruptive and intrusive to ecosystems and landscapes.

WHERE IS THE LOVE?



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