Beach Cleanup + Happy Hour

When:  Jul 23, 2019 from 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM (PT)
Associated with  San Diego Chapter

Summertime needs volunteers too! We believe in supporting our local communities and strengthening our relationship-driven businesses so let's combine theses two missions and multitask (you know you're good at it). We've partnered with I Love A Clean San Diego for an event-industry beach cleanup.  Join colleagues at Pacific Beach's Crystal Pier for an hour of cleaning up the shores and the boardwalk, then head over to Mavericks Beach Club to continue networking at a well-deserved happy hour.

(Early or prompt arrival highly encouraged. Must check-in by 4:15pm.)
  • 4:15-4:30pm- Supplies & Instructions Provided  
  • 4:30pm- Beach Cleanup
  • 5:45pm- Return & Collect supplies
  • 6:00-8:00pm- Happy Hour

Ticket includes 1 hosted drink, chips/salsa, & unlimited taco bar. 

Additional food & beverages available for purchase at happy hour pricing.


Trash on the beach is more than an unsightly inconvenience for beach‐bound vacationers, tourist, or pleasure boaters; it’s one of the world’s most pervasive marine pollution problems. By the simple process of moving from ship to sea, sewer to surf, or hand to sand, any manufactured material becomes marine debris. Trash in our water and on our shorelines can be damaging to both wildlife and humans alike. Many animals mistake it as food. If animals don’t eat it, they could become entangled in it, which can have fatal results. And items like sharp glass or hot coals can injure barefoot humans. Fishing lines and nets can easily tangle boat propellers, leading to costly repairs. And each year cities pay thousands of dollars in an effort to keep trash from reaching California’s shores. 

Founded as the San Diego War Against Litter Committee (WALC) in 1954, I Love A Clean San Diego (ILACSD) has worked to improve the health and beauty of San Diego for over 60 years. In the 1970s “I Love A Clean San Diego” was the slogan for the organization’s anti-litter campaign and in 1980 it became the organization’s name. In 1989, ILACSD merged with the San Diego Ecology Center, joining two leading environmental organizations together to better serve the community, under one name. ILACSD continues to be San Diego’s leading environmental organization in San Diego County connecting over 60,000 youth and adults with the local environment each year. Annually, ILACSD volunteers remove half a million pounds of debris from San Diego's neighborhoods, creeks, canyons, and coastline.

The California Coastal Commission, local organizations, agencies, and California State Parks coordinate the Adopt‐A‐Beach Program to provide coastal‐conscience Californians with the opportunities to keep their beaches clean all year round.

Located just steps from the ocean in Pacific Beach, you’ll enjoy a multi-level entertainment complex with 5 indoor/outdoor bars, 38 TV’s and Baja-inspired food fresh from our restaurant! Mavericks pays homage to California’s largest surf break and one of the world’s top surfing destinations, capturing and celebrating California’s infectious beach and surf culture while providing an all-around, daily beach party!    

Our expansive, 15,000-square-foot property is optimized for day and nighttime fun for individuals of all ages, and groups of all sizes. Mavericks is poised to be a top party destination, with daily activities and lively entertainment as well as being the OPTIMAL spot for hosting your private event or celebration of any size. Equipped with coastal-California décor, round tables for community seating, VIP booths, couches and cozy spots by the outdoor fireplace, Mavericks provides a laidback landscape, welcoming everyone from surfers and sports fans to corporate parties!

With a dog friendly patio, outdoor games, sports, drinks, food, live music, dance club, and plenty of space to celebrate California to its fullest, Mavericks Beach Club is the big break you’ve been waiting for!


Crystal Pier- Pacific Beach
4500 Ocean Blvd, San Diego, CA 92109
San Diego, CA 92109