#SaveTheMales

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Help us #SaveTheMales!

Over the last 10 years, 89% of fatal beach drownings in Aotearoa New Zealand were male. That's more than 300 dads, sons, brothers, husbands and mates - and enough is enough.

In October, 2020, SLSNZ launched #SaveTheMales and invited Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson to talk to Kiwi blokes about beach safety.

You can help spread the word by sending The Rock a message, asking him to help our volunteer Surf Lifeguards #SaveTheMales! When you do, be sure to tag us so we can share your posts.

The Rock:

Facebook: @DwayneJohnson
Instagram: @therock 
Twitter: @DwayneJohnson

SLSNZ:

Facebook: @surflifesaving
Instagram: @slsnz
Twitter: @SLSNZ

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#SaveTheMales Media Coverage

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Key Beach Safety Messages

#SaveTheMales Safety Image

Read the full overview below:

Check out the document library below for photos of your local SLSNZ Club beach with The Rock...or create your own using the PNG file of The Rock himself! You'll also find key beach safety messages and drowning stats. 

All of these can be uploaded to your club or personal Facebook & Instagram (be sure to tag SLSNZ and The Rock in your posts with the #SaveTheMales).