We’ve reached over 500,000 Canadians to date*

Press Coverage is an essential part of this challenge – to promote the work of The David Suzuki Foundation and to give sponsors something back. Our team is gaining some exciting coverage to date with the story featuring across a wide range of printed and broadcast media.

Interested in doing a story on us? Please see our Press Kit. Please do get in touch with us if you are interested in any details regarding the row at info@rowthepacific.ca

*estimated by readership and viewership numbers in the media we have appeared in so far. This number includes social media reach.

CTV News – Sunday April 13th

   

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West Ender Vancouver

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Vancity Buzz

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24 Hours Vancouver

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Introducing “Honey Badger” for Pacific Ocean Crossing (Press Release)

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For Immediate Release MEDIA CONTACT Rebecca Berger Row The Pacific 2014 778-859-4129 Female Rowing Pair Introduce Their Boat “Honey Badger” for Pacific Ocean Crossing The duo invite the media and general public to the official naming and blessing ceremony for their 22-foot rowboat, named “Honey Badger” on October, 12, 2013. Rebecca Berger and Leanne Zrum […]

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Oxylent Fuels Women’s Efforts… (Blog Post)

One of our sponsors, Oxylent, feature us on their blog. Oxylent will be supplying us with some essential vitamines for training and during our adventure.

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A Journey Of A Lifetime – Global BC’s AM/BC

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Video: Vancouver pair aim to become first Canadians ever to row the Pacific Ocean

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Vancouver Metro News (Online) Video: Vancouver pair aim to become first Canadians ever to row the Pacific Ocean

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One Year to Start! (Press Release)

Vancouverite’s announce their goal to become the first female and Canadian pair to row the Pacific Ocean in 2014 Vancouver, Canada – May 29, 2013 – In a year’s time, rowing fanatics, Rebecca Berger and Leanne Zrum will be on the start line of the first ever Great Pacific Ocean Rowing Race. The Vancouver pair […]

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