Kenny and Costa Partner Again with the Release of 5 New Signature Edition Sunglass Styles to Benefit Ocean Reef Restoration
With the Big Revival 2015 Summer Tour in full swing, Kenny has again partnered with Costa to release five limited edition sunglasses to benefit the Coastal Conservation Association (CCA) and their reef restoration efforts.
The five popular sunglass styles in this year's limited edition line include Cut, Caballito and KC, as well as two new styles for 2015, La Mar and Loreto.
In keeping with the bold, bright vibe from this year's tour, the limited edition Kenny Chesney Costa sunglass frames Cut, Caballito and La Mar are available in colors like mellow yellow, cherry berry, and a tri-color fusion technology that creates a patriotic red, white and blue option named flip flop.
Two metal sunglass styles are also available: the KC named for Kenny's initials, and Loreto. You can choose between palladium, rose gold or gunmetal with crystal temples frame colors.
All of Kenny's limited edition Costa sunglasses are meant for you outdoor lovers out there. Each style purchased comes with a free gift pack that includes a custom hat, cleaning cloth and sunglass case. All the kit's components feature a unique design with bold colors inspired by the painted school bus featured in Kenny's "American Kids" video.
A portion of the proceeds generated from the Kenny Chesney Costa sunglasses will directly benefit the CCA in their reef restoration and coastal rebuilding efforts. So far, the program has raised more than $119,000 for the CCA.
Our programs focus on rebuilding vital oyster reefs and marshes to improve water quality and provide critical habitat for finfish and other aquatic creatures, said Pat Murray, president of the Coastal Conservation Association. It is inspiring to see how much we have been able to expand and enhance our coastal restoration efforts, especially along the Gulf Coast, as a result of the partnership between Kenny Chesney and Costa.
The limited edition Kenny Chesney Costa sunglasses are going fast, and once they're gone, they're gone. Pick yours up today by visiting http://bit.ly/kennyandcosta. Also, watch Kenny's new video talking about why we should protect the ocean reefs below.