2009 Sacred Craft – Meet Bing Copeland!

September 26, 2009

VIEW PICTURES FROM THE 2009 SACRED CRAFT CONSUMER SURFBOARD EXPO
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2009 SACRED CRAFT – THE CONSUMER SURFBOARD EXPO
Del Mar Fairgrounds, Del Mar, Calif.
October 10 & 11, 2009

COME MEET MR. BING COPELAND, THE LEGEND HIMSELF, AND GET YOUR OWN BING BOOK PERSONALLY AUTOGRAPHED!!

SACRED CRAFT – The Consumer Surfboard Expo is bringing together all of us who love surfboards –and all things surfboard– under one roof for a weekend long surfboard extravaganza in Del Mar. A large exposition hall at the Del Mar Fairgrounds filled with the objects of our desire! If it has to do with the SURFBOARD it will be at SACRED CRAFT – The Consumer Surfboard Expo.

WHO: Bing & Jacobs Surfboards
WHAT: 2009 Sacred Craft – Booths G11 + G12
WHEN: Saturday, 10/10, 10AM-6PM; Sunday, 10/11, 10AM-4PM
WHERE: Del Mar Fairgrounds, 2260 Jimmy Durante Blvd, Del Mar, CA

WHY: To check out new Bing Surfboard models & designs! To meet Mr. Bing Copeland and get your Bing book signed! Because you love surfboards!

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