A Wave A Day: Half-Way Party & Bing Demo – Oct 29th

October 28, 2011

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On May 1, 2011, Sarah Hughen set out to surf every day for 365 days straight to raise funds and awareness for the fight against Breast Cancer.  As surfers, most of us take for granted what it means to suit up and paddle-out rain or shine, healthy or sick, flat or huge.  Sarah Hughen believes “By surfing every day, I hope to honor all those who have been affected by Breast Cancer and that my determination will inspire people to become involved.

That is why on October 29th, 10am-2pm, we gather to celebrate and congratulate Sarah on reaching the half-way mark of her A Wave A Day campaign.  As part of the festivities, Bing Surfboards will host a surfboard demo open to the public.  Come on down and try-out different Bing Surfboard models at famous Cardiff Reef…see you there!!!

Half-Way Party

Saturday, October 29

10:00am – 2:00pm

Cardiff State Beach




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