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Deepblu launches Dive Like A Pro campaign

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Deepblu has announced a campaign, aptly called Dive Like a Pro, to share the benefits of their support features for dive pros. Through the app, pros can connect with students, share dive logs, validate training logs, and use their pages to gain exposure within the industry.

In the campaign, Deepblu is attracting pros to the platform by raising awareness of these features, as well as giving perks out to the community. The Dive Like a Pro event is giving out ten pairs of Deepblu COSMIQ dive computers to pros and their students who verify logs on the platform; in addition, those pros who don’t win are eligible for one of 30 surface marker buoys.

Learn more about it and win: https://goo.gl/vuXwhg

 

Perfect for pros

Now, with new features such as dive log verification, it’s easier than ever to get things done out on the water. Leaving behind soggy pens and paper, students can send their dive log to their pro via the platform and have it validated with a simple click.

Furthermore, communication can continue after the dive. In addition to being a dive tool, Deepblu is the fastest-growing online community for divers. This means pros can share video, stories, logs, photos, and links that get their brand out into the world. With this kind of connectivity, there’s virtually no limit to what we can do.

Check out the latest Deepblu Event: https://goo.gl/vuXwhg

https://about.deepblu.com/

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Mark Evans
Scuba Diver's Editorial Director Mark Evans has been in the diving industry for nearly 25 years, and has been diving since he was just 12 years old. nearly 40-odd years later and he is still addicted to the underwater world.
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