Bing Book Signing at Wavehounds Surf Shop – Aug. 15th

July 27, 2014

Bing Book Signing at Wavehounds
When: Friday, August 15th from 5-8pm
Where: Wavehounds Surf Shop
4033 Aurora Ave. North
Seattle, WA 98103
206-632-7750
Why: Meet surf legend Bing Copeland and get his book “Bing Surfboards fifty years of craftsmanship and innovation” signed in person. Current owner and head shaper for Bing Surfboards will also be on hand along with his wife and general manager Margaret Calvani. A great chance to learn some history on Surfboard Manufacturing and talk surfboard design with Matt Calvani. Bing will have books available for purchase or get yours early by purchasing here: https://www.bingsurf.com/product/bing-surfboards-book/



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