Clearwater, FL News


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7/5/2012 General
Clearwater's Dolphins Press Release 2


Video Trailer


Clearwater, FL (July 5, 2012) – The Clearwater Regional Chamber, along with support from Clearwater Marine Aquarium and the City of Clearwater, has launched a project to artistically showcase the bottlenose dolphin.  The pod has grown to over 35 dolphins. 


A goal is to highlight the talented local artists as they uniquely decorate upright 6’ tall fiberglass dolphins.  The tie in with Winter and Dolphin Tale is a natural fit.  With over 50.000 guests visiting the Tampa Bay area for the RNC, it is an ideal time to draw attention to the beautiful beaches and marine life enjoyed by residents each day.  This exhibit will take place at Pier 60 Park, Clearwater Beach from August 6 – September 4, 2012. 


A tremendous response has been received from artists/art groups and sponsors.  A few sponsors and event organizers have shared their thoughts in this video trailer on why Clearwater’s Dolphins and what they anticipate the benefits will be  .  Also hear where the dolphins will travel to after they leave the park.  Follow up mini-episodes will be available once the dolphins arrive in Clearwater, during the artists’ creative process and when all the finished dolphins are installed in the park.  Video produced by ZRP Video, Ziporah Paskman, Creative Director,

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Clearwater Regional Chamber of Commerce (CRCC)
was established in 1922, and set out with the vision to be the premier Voice of Business in the Clearwater region. Representing more than 1,000 member businesses, CRCC is one of the largest chambers in the Bay area and has become a powerful voice for its members through its ability to partner with other agencies and advocate on behalf of business and its members. CRCC's mission is to enhance the business environment and promote economic health and growth in the Clearwater region. Visit

Clearwater Marine Aquarium is a Florida non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, dedicated to marine life rescue, rehabilitation and release and environmental education. Visit