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Board of the Month- Catch Surf 54 PRO

This month we decided to highlight something a little different! The Catch Surf Beater Boards are fun for all and since it’s summer, what better time to try one out?

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PC: Kevin Fuertes

Here is some info straight from Catch Surf!:

The gnarliest Beater yet! All-new Original 54 PRO is built for next-level shredding with our new hi-performance removable fin system allowing for harder carves and added drive. Match that with custom-colored decks, rad graphic bottoms and you’ve got one bad ass shred stick! Features a strong, light-weight and water-resistant core with dual (x2) maple-ply wood stringers and high density bottom to make it the stiffest most durable Beater ever made! All Original PRO models are equipped with our new hi-performance fin system and 4” Beater PRO model Keel fins.

**Mention this blog post in-store and receive $20 off your purchase of a Catch Surf Beater Pro model! (offer not good on other Catch Surf models)

South Coast + The Firefighter Demolition Derby

This year South Coast was asked to be a sponsor for San Diego Fire Station #35’s Demolition Derby car.  It was benefitting a great cause, The Burn Institute, so how could we say no? We  put them in touch with a few of our vendors. Quiksilver and JM Sales & Service also agreed to sponsor the car! The Annual event was held during the opening weekend of the San Diego County Fair and was part of the Fire and Safety Expo.

Here are a few shots from the event! PC: Heather Shields

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Surfrider Foundation: Morning After Mess

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Join the Surfrider Foundation for their annual Morning After Mess cleanup series on Sunday, July 5th from 8-11am and help the beaches after the 4th of July! This year they will be hosting cleanups at the Ocean Beach Pier, Belmont Park in Mission Beach, Crystal Pier in Pacific Beach, and the Oceanside Pier.