Bing Surfboards Now Available in Delaware

June 02, 2011


People are sometimes surprised to hear that over half of our U.S. distribution of surfboards end up on the East Coast, but it’s true, the East Coast is home to some of the most dedicated surfers I’ve ever met.  That’s why we’re stoked to announce that Atlantic Shoals Surf Shop, located in Fenwick Island, DE is now home to a large assortment of Bing Surfboards.

In a recent story published by a local Delaware paper, Atlantic Shoals general manager, Fletcher Birch, shares his secret to picking surfboards, “We have a nice, tight selection [of surfboards].  I want all hand-shaped, U.S.A.-made stuff because that’s what I’m riding. You can only back what you like.” Fletcher is quite the surfer himself and really knows his stuff.  Drop by some time and have a chat with him about your next Bing!

Atlantic Shoals Surf Shop is located at 503 Coastal Highway, Fenwick Island, DE 19944.



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