About The 30A Company - 30A

About 30A

30A® is the #1 Guide to Florida’s Scenic Highway 30-A. 

30A shares Beach Happy® stories and eco-conscious products with millions of fans through 30A’s media channels, including 30A.com, 30A Radio, 30A iPhone, 30A Android, SouthWalton.com and Beach Happy Magazine. 30A has over 1.5 million social media followers on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, TikTok and Twitter.

30A licenses its brands for use with high-quality, eco-conscious products and services, including 30A Real Estate by Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices; 30A Recycled Apparel and 30A Retail Stores by Inked Brands; 30A Beach Happy Café in WaterColor, Florida; 30A Drinkware by Tervis; 30A Craft Beer by Grayton Beer; 30A Seltzers by Surfing Bear Beverage Company; 30A Wine by Superb Wines; 30A Electric Bikes by YOLO; 30A Sun Care by Shine On Living; 30A Coffee by Amavida; and 30A Luxury Linens by Trivesta Linens. 30A Apparel is made from recycled plastic water bottles, so far preventing 6 million plastic bottles from going into our oceans and landfills. 30A has raised over $3 million for coastal charities, and has given away 4 million of its world-famous blue 30A stickers.

To learn more, visit 30A.com.

30A in the News

“The 30A brand – and lifestyle that goes with it – has reached fans far beyond the Gulf Coast.” – Forbes

“You’ve probably seen them — round, blue 30A stickers — adorning cars on highways all over the South. More than [4 million] are now strewn throughout the planet and spotted in places as far afield as Afghanistan, Uruguay and Iceland…. 30A.com has exploded.” – Southern Living

“30A’s inspiring videos, photos and stories reach millions of beach lovers every week.” – Huffington Post

“You’re likely familiar with 30A, namely in the form of a bright blue and yellow bumper sticker made by a former Birmingham resident who moved to the beach and developed ’30A’ as a major lifestyle brand.” – AL.com

“Meet the beach lifestyle brand cleaning up the Earth, one recycled bottle T-shirt at a time…” – Forbes

“30A is an awesome company that makes clothing out of recycled bottles. Typically the bottles would end up in a landfill or in the ocean, but instead they’re mixed with cotton to make super-soft t-shirts.” – Good Morning America

“A mystery to many, the stickers trigger fond memories for those familiar with one of America’s most rewarding coastal drives: Highway 30-A in the Florida Panhandle. For them, ’30A’ means good times on the Gulf Coast.” – U.S. Airways Magazine