Bing Surfboards Surf Shop – 1 Yr. Anniversary Celebration

November 06, 2014

Join us Saturday, Nov. 15th at the Bing Surfboards Surf Shop in Encinitas, CA. It’s already been one year since we opened our new Encinitas location and we want to celebrate with you. We have a Raffle going where you could win a Bing Pintail Lightweight, Matt Calvani, Bing Copeland and Bing team riders will be attending, Manny will be jamming the tunes, beer will be flowing free from Stone Brewing and we’ll have sweet holiday discounts on most of our merchandise in the store. Bitchin’ Burgers gastro truck will be attending and if you spend $50 or more in the store you’ll get a ticket for a free burger and fries (Veggy options available). The 1st 25 people to show up get a free burger and fries as well. It’ll be a fun night so we hope you join us.

When: Saturday, Nov. 15th from 5pm to 8pm
Where: Bing Surfboards Surf Shop
802 N. Coast Hwy 101
Encinitas, CA 92024

Be sure to get your Raffle ticket for the event. You can purchase them at the party the night of, visit the Bing Surf Shop to get one or go online to the following link to buy 1 or more Raffle tickets:

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