Bing Surfboards goes to Australia!

August 31, 2009

BING & JACOBS SURFBOARDS GO TO AUSTRALIA! Bing & Jacobs Surfboards Partners with California Surf Imports
9.1.2009

VIEW PICTURES FROM OUR MARCH 2010 AUSTRALIA TRIP!!!

Newcastle, NSW, Australia – Bing & Jacobs Surfboards announced that they will partner with California Surf Imports (Newcastle, Australia) for the import and distribution of their California-built surfboards.

Bing & Jacobs Surfboards owner and head shaper, Matt Calvani, explains “We have always wanted to be a part of the Australian surf market because of its long and rich history in surfing but was never able to find a cost-effective way to transport our U.S-made boards over there.  With CSI’s business rooted in shipping, it’s made Australia much more accessible and we’re excited to see where it goes in the upcoming years.”

California Surf Imports (CSI) is now actively seeking new dealers in Australia.  For inquiries, please contact:

California Surf Imports
19 Cassegrain Close
Eleebana, NSW
Australia 2282
0402 345 364
californiasurfimports@gmail.com

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Matt Calvani getting the CSI guys (Lincon & Graeme) acquainted with the Bing models


RELATED LINKS:
www.californiasurfimports.com

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