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Bill's Bay - Our In-House Shaping Bay Comes Alive!

September 30, 2014 6 Comments




6 Responses

Mike Garrity
Mike Garrity

December 14, 2014

What an awsome story! I like where you came from, solid roots, solid foundation. I like your boards, they look fine tuned and I can’t wait to order one… and I can see where your heading and it looks good. Hard to get good boards up here in Alaska. I just moved from Hawaii and brought my quiver with me but am researching and looking for a good shaper… when I find one thats the only one I use…loyalty and trust on both sides.
Aloha from Alaska and want to build a shaping/glassing room here? your welcome to on my property…just a thought

Fes
Fes

October 11, 2014

Great job! Looks like a lot of great rides will be created in your new bay. Wish you many great shapes and awesome beginnings.

Jeff Wark
Jeff Wark

October 09, 2014

Keep up the good work…

Linda Griffin
Linda Griffin

October 09, 2014

Is they a spray booth? If so how is the room ventilated? or is it just the room where the boards are made?

Christine Veraldi
Christine Veraldi

October 08, 2014

Awesome and cograts!!!

Stephen Erangey
Stephen Erangey

October 08, 2014

Wow! Looking good!

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