Remax Premier South Peninsula Valley Heroes – Brett Sanderson

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Brett Sanderson from Salty Hour was nominated as a Remax Premier South Peninsula Valley Hero. Today we had the opportunity to find out more about the amazing things he does.

Salty Hour is 1 hour of free surf guidance from experienced surfers, once a week in the Valley.

Salty Hour was founded in 2015, Gonubie, East London by Jono Bruton and Tyrell Johnson. Both surfers have grown up surfing Gonubie from a very young age and with 40+ years of surfing between them collectively. The stoke of Salty Hour spread as far as Cape Town where East London ex-pat now living in CT, Brett “Spock” Sanderson, caught wind of the initiative and has gone on to captain the Salty Hour initiative in CT.

Many people won’t experience the feeling of riding a wave in their lifetime. For many reasons, some obvious and some not so obvious. Fear of the unknown, fear of the ocean, poverty, no accessibility to equipment, confidence issues… At Salty Hour they break down some of those barriers by creating an environment to educate beginner surfers about the ocean, create comfort by guiding them in the water, building confidence in the water and providing the equipment required to ride that very first wave.

For more information, please visit their Facebook Page

The Valley Heroes Concept

Every day there are people and organizations in our valley who are doing great things.

Remax Premier South Peninsula and Zone Radio wish to acknowledge and reward these folk and have launched the Valley Heroes initiative. You are encouraged to nominate people or organizations you believe are worthy. Nominations should be emailed to judy@univox.co.za

These will be evaluated and two Heroes of the week will be selected and showcased. From these a Valley Hero of the Month will be chosen.

Remax Premier South Peninsula are passionate about property, but are also passionate about those who are working daily to improve the lives of others in the Valley.

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