Today, The Miami Guide announced its First Beach Clean up of the year. On January 29th, The Miami Guide will participate in beach cleanup events in partnership with Miami-Dade Sea Turtles and Miami-Dade Parks & Recreation at Haulover Park in Miami. As part of its strong commitment to social and environmental responsibility, The Miami Guide dedicate their time and contribute to the causes they care about most.


“We are delighted to partner with Miami-Dade Sea Turtles for The Miami Guide’s first beach clean up,” said Banna Fakhoury, Co-Founder, Ocean Sky Media. “Helping to keep Miami’s beaches clean for our fellow residents, as well as to protect marine wildlife, is a tradition we can’t wait to start and reinforces our commitment to the sustainable development goals and Ocean Sky Media’s Environmental Vision 2050.”


“Beaches have been the heartbeat of Miami for more than 125 years, the beach clean up initiative is a commitment to reduce waste and clean up a place we call home, an action that we hope can inspire communities to protect their own local beaches and create a bigger impact.”


Miami-Dade Sea Turtles Beach Clean up program is vital for the entire state, as litter is harmful to sea turtles who mistake it for food or become entangled in it, as well as adversely affecting South Florida’s tourism and coastal economy. By removing debris, volunteers are making Miami’s beaches and waterways safer for marine life and
more enjoyable for beach-goers.

The Miami Guide has been actively supporting Miami-Dade Sea Turtles on Social Media, including creating awareness, educating, and more. Ocean Sky Media’s Environmental Vision 2050 recognizes the key social issues of climate change, resource depletion, environmental pollution, and destruction of the ecosystem as business risks for the company, and clearly states its continuous commitment toward solving these issues over the long term.

Come join us Saturday January 29th 9am – 12pm for a beach clean up at Haulover Park. Let’s restore Mother Nature together and have some fun.

Register for the Beach Cleanup TODAY at



About Miami-Dade County Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces
Miami-Dade County Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces is the third largest county park system in the United States, consisting of over 275 parks and more than 40,000 acres of parks and natural areas, comprised of active, passive parklands and nature preserves. It is one of the most unique park and recreation systems in the world and focused on placemaking, health and fitness, and conservation and stewardship.


Miami-Dade County Sea Turtles
The Miami-Dade County Sea Turtle Conservation Program (STCP) was established in 1980 in response to disoriented hatchlings found along A1A in Miami Beach. Before this time, sea turtle nesting was not being documented in the county. With the implementation of the Endangered Species Act of 1973, the Parks Department and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission established the Sea Turtle Conservation Program to protect all species of sea turtles that call Miami-Dade beaches, home. Because of federal and state protections of marine turtles, consistently monitoring their nests became a crucial component to ensure their survival.


Ocean Sky Media
Ocean Sky Media is a Miami based full-service hyperlocal digital marketing agency that helps companies communicate more effectively, reach new audiences and generate leads through content creation, SEO, PPC, social media marketing services, web design and more. Data-driven and creative, we make sure your investment is tied to sound business goals and measurable KPIs. Each of our consultants brings 10+ years of experience across technology, real estate, and service sectors.