Friends of Jupiter Beach Goes Digital

Friends of Jupiter Beach is partnering with Jupiter-based Snap Cares to create one-of-a-kind digital artwork to raise money for its mission

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One of the unique NFTs from Friends of Jupiter Beach, designed by Gabriel Cozzarelli
One of the unique NFTs from Friends of Jupiter Beach, designed by Gabriel Cozzarelli.

Friends of Jupiter Beach has entered the NFT world, partnering with Jupiter-based Snap Cares to create one-of-a-kind digital artwork to raise money for its mission. The design captures the essence of the community, featuring the iconic lighthouse, pier, and of course, dogs.

Grab a tote bag with one of the unique NFTs from Friends of Jupiter Beach, designed by Gabriel Cozzarelli
Grab a tote bag with one of the unique NFTs from Friends of Jupiter Beach, designed by Gabriel Cozzarelli.

The collection includes 150 unique pieces, each having a slight variation from the base design, which are available for purchase online (via Shopify) for $100 each. Fifty percent of each sale goes toward the purchase of poop bag boxes to help the org in its quest to keep the dog beach clean. The NFTs make great screen wallpaper for cell phones and tablets, or can be printed on merchandise like totes and tees by uploading the image to VistaPrint. Buyers also receive a physical copy of the artwork and, as a bonus, a variety of coupons, rewards, and incentives for local restaurants, services, and events including Twisted Tuna, Brick and Barrel, The Golf Club of Jupiter, and more.

The campaign launched in conjunction with the 13th Annual Food & Wine Festival in May and will continue to be sold (while supplies last) until next year’s event on May 18, 2024, when a new design will be released. Visit snapcares.org to snap one up before they’re gone!  

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