We’ve had it with you beaches. It’s time you stop being a dirty little beach. What do we have to do to get you to clean up your act? Free Tully’s Coffee or Pepsi MAX? What about passes to the Seattle Aquarium, or a gift certificate for a free app to  Salty’s on Alki? You want a “You Dirty Beach Too!” T-shirt? How about tickets to see [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Journey[/lastfm] at the Key Arena? Thought that would get your attention.

Coastal CODE, Alaskan Brewing Co. and JACK FM are teaming up to celebrate International Coastal Cleanup Day with an event to do the obvious, clean up a beach!  All YOU have to do is, show up, sign in at the JACK Tent, grab a bag, fill it up with garbage from the beach, return it to us, and we’ll hook you up with passes to the Seattle Aquarium, and your very own “You Dirty Beach Too” T-Shirt! PLUS… for showing up and helping out, you are qualified to grab a pair of tickets to see [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Journey[/lastfm] and [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Foreigner[/lastfm] at the Key Arena on October 21st!

Who: Coastal CODE*, Alaskan Brewing Co, JACK FM and YOU!
What: “You Dirty Beach Too!” Cleanup Day
When: Saturday September 17th 2011 10am-1pm
Where: Alki Beach in West Seattle
Check in at

Tully’s Coffee
2676 Alki Ave. SW
Seattle, WA 98116

How: The first 100 people (must be 18+) to register at the JACK FM Tent, turn in a bag filled with trash from the beach, will receive a pass to the Seattle Aquarium, a FREE Appetizer from Salty’s,  and a “You Dirty Beach Too!” T-shirt.  Available while supplies last. Not everyone that shows up is guaranteed tickets and/or a shirt. Everyone that shows up and participates will be eligible to win a pair of tickets to see  Journey and Foreigner.

Hear Lee Callahan’s Interview with Mark Plunkett, Conservation Curator for the Seattle Aquarium




Additional FAQs

  • No advance registration needed. Walk in volunteers are encouraged to check in on site.
  • Please wear proper clothing. Remember, you will be on your feet picking up garbage.

And remember, it’s all about having fun a good time. Nobody likes to have a dirty beach around.

*By committing 1% of all Alaskan IPA sales toward the cleanup and preservation of the Pacific Ocean and its coastlines, Coastal CODE is making a difference one beer at a time.

Comments (2)
  1. Gina says:

    Now you’re talkin my kind of language!:) Gooooo JACK!:)

  2. Mike says:

    You should do this for Duwamish River cleanup days as well. Not all of us can afford to live on Alki you know.

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