Madkahuna does it again!


Marine Park Rangers (MPRs) pose with their rash guards on courtesy of Madkahuna.

Madkahuna, a water sports gear manufacturer based in Quezon City, donated – for the third year – custom-made rash guards for the use of Tubbataha marine park rangers.  The rash guards have become the uniform of choice of park rangers for seaborne operations because they are comfortable and dry readily.

According to Madkahuna manager, Krick Soriano, the company’s donation is its “simple way of thanking the Tubbataha Management Office (TMO) for protecting one of the valued places in the country.”  They first donated rash guards to TMO in 2013.

Krick continues: ‘After I saw Tubbataha and its park rangers on TV, I immediately emailed TMO to offer our product free of charge because we believe in its mission and vision.  We wish there were more hands-on organizations like TMO to protect our seas.’  The current condition of Tubbataha is the product of private-public partnerships such as these.

Madkahuna is known for quality products fashioned out of eco-friendly materials.   For more details, visit them at 41-A Cubao Expo, Gen. Romulo Ave., Quezon City.