A few weeks back, we told you about a campaign that was created to raise funds to fight the proposed marina in Coral Bay. At the time, the campaign had raised just over $8,000 in about 48 hours. We were pretty impressed.
Well it’s gotten even more impressive. In just 17 days, the Coral Bay Community Council has raised nearly $60,000 to fund its fight against the marina. They’ve also launched a pretty comprehensive website. If you’re at all interested in this proposed marina, I suggest you check it out.
The website’s called Save Coral Bay and you can find it at www.SaveCoralBay.com. It includes all of Summer’s End Group’s documents, including their marketing materials and land and sea permits, as well as a plethora of comments on the possible impacts the marina could have on Coral Bay written by residents, visitors and federal agencies.
Here’s a quick snapshot of the website:
Another little tidbit we found to be interesting and odd at the same time … It appears that Summer’s End Group never purchased its own website domain name. Someone else did. So when you visit www.SummersEndGroup.com, it takes you directly to the Save Coral Bay GoFundMe campaign. I don’t know about all of you, but if I were planning on building a multi-million dollar project, I’d be pretty certain to buy my business’s domain name first.