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Surfboard Giveaway: "Facebook 4000" Winner is Announced

July 26, 2010

surfboard winner Gabe

Congratulations to Gabe Maricich from Moorestown, NJ, winner of our most recent 4000 Facebook fan surfboard giveaway. Gabe has decided to go with our 7'6" Stepping Stone funboard. A great choice for the smaller NJ surf. Gabe will also soon be relocating to Portland, OR and I'm sure it will work great there too... although you may need a thicker wetsuit. :) Hey I know where you can get one. HAHA!




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