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Destination USA, your wearable passport

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 We we were inspired to do this collection after having family visiting from California and seeing how excited they were to explore the east coast. We realized we did not have to go far to enjoy many amazing places right in our backyard. We put on our tennis shoes and racked up steps in NJ, NYC, and next year we are headed to Maryland and Washington D.C. So we got the idea from DUCKS themselves  Ducks don"t just sit they are constantly on the move in water  on land and air ( "contrary to the term "sitting or lame Duck"). What is great about your city or state? Keep an eye on for SPORTNDUCK on the move in your #hometown  #beenthere  #wannagothere  #wearable USA passport collection. Last seen in San Fransisco and Washington DC. Help us find inspiring stories and places in your #hometown and help us decide what wearable passport to make next. LIVE IT, LOVE IT....  first stop:

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