Vivid-Pix recently became the latest corporate partner of NAUI’s Green Diver Initiative.

The imaging software company will donate 30 percent of the purchase price of any SCUBA, LAND & SEA, or RESTORE software product to the Initiative’s new Dive4Change Grant Program, which supports global projects that help divers protect and save the earth’s oceans, lakes and streams.

NAUI Green Diver Initiative manager Sam Richardson said:

“Vivid-Pix has been a longtime advocate and friend of GDI, especially with sponsoring the Trashy Diver Contest. We are honored that Vivid-Pix has selected to join our corporate partnership program. Our mission is to empower divers and individuals to take action to preserve and conserve our ocean planet. Taking pictures of clean up and other environmental efforts are a great way to document the impact divers and others make to improve our planet — and Vivid-Pix software is easy to use to clean up your pictures!”

Vivid-Pix's LAND & SEA Software Now Available On iTunes For iOS Smartphones, Tablets
Vivid-Pix’s LAND & SEA Software Now Available On iTunes For iOS Smartphones, Tablets

Vivid-Pix CEO Rick Voight said:

“We believe in helping those who help others and the environment. We love supporting the grassroots activities that NAUI Green Diver helps fund. As a company, we enjoy diving and photography but know getting great underwater photos is hard. This is why we invented and patented our underwater software so divers and snorkelers have a fast and easy way to fix their pics.”

When you go to buy a Vivid-Pix product on the company’s website, just type “3GreenDiverSave10” in the coupon box within the Vivid-Pix cart to save money and help the company donate to the GDI.

John Liang

John Liang is the News Editor at DeeperBlue.com. He first got the diving bug while in High School in Cairo, Egypt, where he earned his PADI Open Water Diver certification in the Red Sea off the Sinai Peninsula. Since then, John has dived in a volcanic lake in Guatemala, among white-tipped sharks off the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica, and other places including a pool in Las Vegas helping to break the world record for the largest underwater press conference.

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