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Real Skateboards  Out of Sight - Coming Soon ๐Ÿ‘‡

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Out of Sight - a series of short films from REAL that highlights the efforts of a few that make skateboarding better for all. Starting June โ€˜18.

Learn more about the project on realskateboards.com

The OG steezy Chicken! @TommyGuerrero Talks early REAL days on @TheNineClubShow ๐ŸŽ™

Thank you to the entire @AtlasSkateboarding crew for serving skateboarding in San Mateo, CA for 11 Years ๐ŸŽ‚

Out of Sight is a series of short films from REAL Skateboards that highlights the efforts of a few who make skateboarding better for all. Hit the link in our bio to learn more about the project.

New wood from Ishod, Jake Donnelly, K-Walks & Justin Brock at @PureBoardShop ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿฝ

Heavy issue of @ThrasherMag ๐Ÿ“– Featuring interviews with @ZionWright_ @TannerVanVark plus @JackOlson1 & @HarryLintellโ€™s new AD ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿฝ on shelves at skate shops now.

๐Ÿ–ค @RiseSkateboardShop โค๏ธ
1.) Who are you, when did you start skating and how did the shop come into existence?
My name is Scott Cullumber and Iโ€™m 46. I grew up in Phoenix AZ and started skating at age 12 (circa 1982). My continued love of skating inspired my purchase of Rise Skateboard Shop from Buddy Best in 2016. Buddy opened RISE in 1999 because the skate scene in Indianapolis was essentially dead and he wanted to help bring the scene back.
2.) Where did the shops name come from?
RISE comes from the idea of the skate community rising up together and becoming relevant.
3.) What does the shop do to help out the local skate scene?
We work with the parks department & local skatepark advocacy groups. We employ skaters only since you need to have knowledge of skateboarding and a connection to the local scene. We also have events and contests with prizes and giveaways.
4.) Home is where the heart is โ€“ What does that mean for you and the shop?
For a lot of local skaters RISE has been a place to hang out and socialize not just a shop where you purchase products. Since weโ€™ve been around for 19 years numerous people bought their first board and were introduced to skating here. So itโ€™s not just a shop, itโ€™s a place with a welcoming atmosphere that feels like home.
5.) Anything special that you like to talk about happening at the shop?
We are planning some upcoming summer events and contests. Weโ€™re also working diligently with the local parks department to figure out improvements that would benefit skaters at a number of public parks. @RiseSkateboardShop X Home Is Where The Heart Is Boards now available at the shop and online at RiseSkateboardShop.net Link in our story ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿพ

Fuck Yes Rob! ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿผ
Check out @RobertPace_โ€™s part in @NikeSBโ€™s Australia Full Length - Link in Nikeโ€™s bio ๐Ÿ‘ˆ๐Ÿผ

THE FUTURE LOOKS BTIGHT ๐Ÿ”‹
Blacklight Prophecy Series - Art by @_helhound_ - Shaped Boards Glow In The Dark.

@brockoley - Bright Future - 8.06 x 31.8 & 8.6 x 31.8 Autumn shape

@brockel - Pigs In Zen - 8.5 x 32.62 full & 9.3 x 33 Pigmat shape

@jakedonnelly - Stars And Bars - 8.25 x 32 & 8.88 x 32.55 Pope shape

๐Ÿ’š @BoardOfMissoula ๐Ÿ–ค
1 ) Let's start with the basics - who are you, when did you start skating and how did the shop come into existence?
My name is Chris Bacon and I started skating in 1985. Our shop was started by Zack Spannagel and Dan Gavere in 1989. I started working here in 1993 when I was 17 and finally took things over fully last year.
2 ) Where did the shops name come from?
Zack and Dan were on a chairlift at our local mountain (Snowbowl) and came up with the idea to start their own shop. The name just made sense! I know there are other shops with a similar name now, but I believe we were the first.
3 ) What does the shop do to help out the local skate scene?
Aside from all the classic stuff like sponsoring kids, throwing contests, video premiers, demos, etc., we are home to the Montana Skatepark Association (MSA) who's mission is to help bring public, concrete skateparks to communities all across our great and enormous state.
4 ) Home Is Where The Heart Is - What does that mean for you and the shop?
Plain and simple; we love it here! We have an awesome skate scene, which essentially spans across at least half of the state. If you are skater in Montana, then you are one of the homies!
5 ) Anything special that you like to talk about happening at the shop?

We currently have our OnDeck 11 art auction, sponsored by Vans, up on our website (ย https://www.montanaskatepark.org/ondeck/ondeck-auction/#ย ) in which all the proceeds will go towards funding a new Evergreen skatepark in Hamilton, Montana. We have over 40 incredible artists this year including Haroshi, Don Pendelton, Bryce Kanights, Joey Feldman, Andrew Pommier, Craig Wheat, Olivia Britz-Wheat, and Burrito Breath to name a few.
@BoardOfMissoula X Home Is Where The Heart Is Boards now available at the shop & Online at BoardOfMissoula.com - Link in our story ๐Ÿ‘ˆ

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