PADI Dive Stories: Bryan Anderson

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Triple Amputee, Bryan Anderson is committed to sharing his story in order to help others overcome personal limitations and live their best life. By becoming a PADI Open Water Diver, Bryan hopes to inspire others to follow his example and experience the underwater world. “If you’ve had that thought like you might want to go dive and you’re stopping yourself because your mind is stopping you and you think you can’t, I want to show you that you can.”

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PADI® (Professional Association of Diving Instructors®) is the world’s largest ocean exploration and diver organization with a global network of 6,600 dive centers and resorts and more than 128,000 professional members worldwide. Issuing more than 28 million certifications to date, PADI enables people around the world to seek adventure and save the ocean through underwater education, life-changing experiences and travel. For over 50 years, PADI is undeniably The Way the World Learns to Dive®, maintaining its high standards for dive training, safety and customer service, monitored for worldwide consistency and quality. With a longstanding commitment to environmental conservation, PADI is leading the way for millions of people to actively explore, steward and protect the ocean through its course offerings and partnerships with like-minded, mission-driven organizations. PADI embodies a global commitment to ocean health with its mission to create a billion torchbearers to explore and protect the ocean. Seek Adventure. Save the Ocean.SM

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