Bing Surfboards Now in Visitor Store Switzerland

May 01, 2014

Visitor_Store
Bing Surfboards is proud to announce that we are being stocked at the new Visitor Store in Zurich, Switzerland. A peculiar place for surf products but a lot of inland Europeans travel to live the surf dream we all chase. Hence the Surf and Travel inspired clothing store. Visitor Store also has a basement that includes a shaping bay and a complete assortment of hardgoods for the traveling surfer. Be sure to drop in and say to our new dealer. Looks like a sweet spot to spends some time in. You can follow them here:

Website: http://www.visitorstore.com
Instagram: @visitorstore
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/visitorstore

Visitor Store
Badenerstrasse 123
8004 Zurich
+41 44 501 60 32
hello@visitorstore.com



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