Adrena LINE donates

Wilderness Committee recipient of fund raiser at zipline

Adrena LINE Zipline Adventure Tours is pleased to announce a donation of almost $700 to The Wilderness Committee in celebration of Earth Day.

On Saturday, April 19, Adrena LINE donated of portion of all tour proceeds to The Wilderness Committee, in addition to collecting donations from guests.

“The essence of our business is really about sharing and preserving the natural beauty of our amazing forests. Every year we look forward to Earth Day and the opportunity to support powerful environmental advocates, like The Wilderness Committee,” said Sarah Mitchell, community and office coordinator at Adrena LINE.

Adrena LINE Zipline Adventure Tours has built a world class reputation by providing safe and exciting zip line tours for tourists and adventure seekers on Vancouver Island.

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