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Hi! How have you been? Me? I got knocked down, but I got up again

Posted by Mia Toose on

Hi!  How have you been? It's kinda a weird question for 2020, isn't it?  How do you even answer?  Okay, what if I change the question just a little and say, Hey my friend, how has your day been today so far?  Over here in Tobermory, Ontario the sun is shining, the air is cool and crisp and the brief tourist season we had is winding down.  It feels like an end of something and the start of something else - Seasons are like that, aren't they? Maybe you've noticed that I haven't been in touch like I said I would? ...

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Hi! How have you been? It's Party Time!

Posted by Mia Toose on

Truli Wetsuits is bringing opportunities to Try-a-Truli before buying by partnering with local dive shops and retailers through Designated Fitting Sites and Truli Wetsuits Pop-up Fitting Parties!  The 2020 Calendar is now available.  As well, the Truli Wetsuits Story is updated.

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Hi! How have you been? What's stopping you?

Posted by Mia Toose on

This is the 15th "Hi! How have you been?" E-Letter celebrating Scuba Diving Magazine's Testers Choice award by ScubaLab.  Along with news about the Designated Fitting Sites, Black Friday sale, and the new 7mm prototype!

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Hi! How have you been? Truli partners with Divers Den in Tobermory!

Posted by Mia Toose on

Truli Wetsuits partners with Divers Den in Tobermory, Canada to set up the first Designated Fitting Site.

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Hi from Toronto! How have you been? March 2018

Posted by Mia Toose on

Thursday, March 8, 2018I'm excited to write to you on International Women's Day because this day for me is a reminder that incredible things can happen even in the face of fear when women band together, support each other and lift each other up!   Let's make a commitment to support and encourage all women who want to participate in water sports regardless of what they look like, how old they are, what size or ability they are. Ya!The more I talk to women who love the water, the more I see how connected we are and that our emotions are...

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