DeeperBlue.net, the premier Underwater Resource with the largest FreeDiving community on the Internet, today announced major FreeDiving activity at DEMA 2003, including several celebrity World Record Holders.
Multiple World Record Holders Tanya Streeter and Martin Stepanek will be appearing on the DeeperBlue.net Booth (#902) every day to sign posters and talk to people interested in the sport of FreeDiving.
Martin will be on the booth between 11am-1pm and Tanya from Noon-1pm. Members of the United States Apnea Association (USAA) will also be on hand all day to discuss the sport with attendees.
DeeperBlue.net will also have a strong editorial prescence at the show, with on-floor coverage being broadcast on the website direct from the show floor.
"FreeDiving is an important part of our online community and a fast-growing sport. We will be helping to provide a platform at DEMA to promote this fasinating sport to the wider Scuba Industry," said DeeperBlue.net’s CEO and Publisher, Stephan Whelan. "Our good friends, Tanya, Martin, and the USAA are all going to be on-hand to help the DeeperBlue.net Editorial Staff talk about and promote the sport of FreeDiving."
DeeperBlue.net is bringing together a team of 8 Editorial Staff on location during the event to publish on-floor coverage of DEMA, as well as highlighting some of the apres-show activities.
Based out of Booth #902, the team will be scouring the floor for the latest products, hotest destinations and most interesting personalities.
Coverage can be reached from their homepage or via
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