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WHAT COVID19 PROTECTIVE GEAR TO WEAR?

I was wearing my full Bad Tuna Gear at the grocery store the other day and people were still standing less than six feet away from me. However, the next day I wore my Tahitian Gear and nobody came even close to 20 feet from me. So, what gear should you wear? LOL!  Be safe and stay healthy!

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CORONA VIRUS UPDATE ON T-SHIRT ORDERS

Our t-shirt supplier is currently operating as normal and at this time we do not expect any significant delays in deliveries.  Most orders are still shipping on time within our usual 7-10 business days turnaround time. The majority of the shirts that we print come from three different major garment vendors, each with multiple warehouses around the US.  As a result of the many states that are implementing “Shelter In Place” orders, one of our vendors has closed one of their warehouses, and another has closed three warehouses.  We expect this to have minimal impact on our supply of garments;...

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CORONA VIRUS

We all would rather give big hugs and plenty aloha to our ohana and friends, but unfortunately, we can only stay at home during these uncertain times. So, please stay safe through social distancing. Here's a link to a short video we created of Waimea Bay, which we hope you'll enjoy and to unwind some of the stress. Aloha!

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WAIMEA BAY

If you plan to visit Oahu for the first time, check out Waimea Bay on the North Shore. Waimea is famous for its 30-foot waves in the winter and is a top place to watch some of the world’s best and bravest surfers. During the summer, the waters are mostly calm and become a great place for swimming, snorkeling, and diving off the popular cliff known as "da rock" located near the left end of the beach. There is a "No Jumping" sign but most locals still dive there at their own risk. You can do the same or just watch the locals,...

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MELE KALIKIMAKA AND HAU'OLI MAKAHIKI HOU!

From all of us at the Bad Tuna T-shirt Co, we wish you a big Mele Kalikimaka and Hau'oli Makahiki Hou! Have a safe and enjoyable holiday season! Aloha!  

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