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Record Breaking 8th Annual Butterfly Effect To Paddle On Maui’s North Shore

The 8th Annual Butterfly Effect expecting another record number of women participants to paddle on Maui’s north shore

On April 26th, Baldwin Beach will be glittered with smiles and bright shining women from around the globe. Some traveling from Europe and others coming from “down under”, all to be a part of the ever growing non-competitive paddle for women.

The original water woman movement started with only 10 women on Maui in 2007, is now expecting over 300 women to participate. Each participate will equal one native tree planted on Maui with Plant A Wish Foundation. The paddle will end at Kanaha Beach Park with a beach festival. Food, live music, DJ, beach cleanup, clinics, sup yoga, aerial silk, lounge area, and of course the traditional flower drop from a helicopter will surprise the ladies.

The Butterfly Effect will have their exclusive media team covering the event, so if you want to release a news and/or feature about the event please contact us directly. No other media team will be allowed in the area without permission.

If you have any questions or would like to request an interview with Tatiana Howard, professional water woman and founder/organizer of the event, please email info@betheeffect.com

April 20th – Deadline for registrations online

( http://betheeffect.com/maui-2014/ )

$35 Entry Fee


*$50 for late (after April 20th) & beach entries


• Entry into event 
• Event lycra and goodie bag
• Beach Festival at Kanaha
• Yoga and fitness sessions 
• Lunch wraps by Life Foods 
• One native tree planted on Maui 
• Malama Maui Nui beach cleanup
• Q103 After Party at Charley’s

April 24th – Opening Ceremony at Flatbread in Paia ( 5pm-9pm)

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