Volcom Stone's Totally Crustaceous Tour
Gisborne and Mt. Manunganui, NZ
20 & 22 October 2007
VOLCOM TONES TOTALLY CRUSTACEOUS VQS NZ TOUR, LAST TWO EVENTS THIS THURSDAY AND SATURDAY
Surfersvillage Global Surf News, 18 December, 2007 : - - VOLCOM STONES TOTALLY CRUSTACEOUS VQS NZ TOUR, LAST TWO EVENTS THIS THURSDAY AND SATURDAY AT GISBORNE AND MT.MANUNGANUI. TO WIN A TRIP TO CALIFORNIA AND COMPETE FOR OVER US$125,000!!!
VOLCOM STONES TEAM RIDERS JAY QUINN, DK, MOREHU ROBERTS, CHRIS OLEARY, LUKE CEDERMAN, WINI PAUL, ISSAC PETERSEN WITH MARCUS WHERLE, CHRIS MALONE, BLAKEY AND STOCKIE COMING A LONG FOR THE RIDE. FUN WILL BE HAD AND THE EVENT SHALL BE WON NO MATTER WHAT CONDITIONS. Plenty of epic giveaways Proudly Sponsored by our friends at: FUTURE FINS, ELECTRIC VISUALS, DVS SHOES, VESTAL WATCHES, WEST WETSUITS, CREATURES OF LEISURE
Finalists and Semi-Finalists of each event will qualify for Volcom Stones New Zealand. Totally Crustaceous VQS Championships at Raglan on the 19th of April. Junior and Pro-Am winners score a Volcom paid trip to the World VQS Championships at Newport Beach California in May to compete for over US$125,000 in cash!!!
"Let the Kids Ride Free" is a grass roots effort that has infiltrated local, regional, and international areas with FREE surfing, skateboarding, and snowboarding contests. These events are for kids of all ages to express their talent, gain contest experience,
have a good time, eat for FREE, and walk away with a ton of FREE product after a day of competing. The purpose of the "Let the Kids Ride Free" concept is to create a unique environment, not a typical contest, but more like a gathering.
It is where people can come together and hang out, without all the fees, rules, stipulations, and the lack of camaraderie of a normal event. They are about giving back to local communities and making it possible for kids without sponsors or the money to compete. Kids will be able to express their talent at a local and national level and will push the next generation to become something better than the last.