| 19th July 2019
These are uncharted waters. As the world continues to navigate the unprecedented effects of Covid-19, our top priority remains the health, safety and wellbeing of the paddlers, staff, customers and friends at the very core of everything we do. Some of us may not be able to paddle together right now but let’s keep connecting online and inspire one another however we can. Over the coming weeks we’ll be sharing our most inspirational content to remind us of the beauty of the world around us and why we love being on the water.
In the meantime, stay active, healthy and, if you’re able to do so safely and in line with your local government recommendations, we all know that getting out for a paddle is great for body and soul.
Of course, we are also taking every possible precaution to reduce the spread of the virus. As of yesterday the Red International office have been working from home but it is very much business as usual – our online store remains open at www.redpaddleco.com and the team are available through live chat, email and social channels during office hours if you have any questions or just want to say hi.
Your local Red stockist or SUP school will communicate any changes to their opening times so please keep an eye out. Find your nearest shop or centre here, many will be offering one on one paddling sessions at the moment too if they can, find your local centre here, they are happy to help.
We will be updating our favourite places to paddle on the blog in the coming weeks so why not add yours to share with the community and help others to make the most of it too?
Let’s keep talking and we’ll see you on the water soon.
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