Bing Surfboards Surf Shop Celebration

November 17, 2014

1 Yr Anniversary Party
Thanks to everyone who came out to the Bing Surfboards Surf Shop 1 Year Anniversary Celebration this past Saturday. We had a great time and we were stoked to hand out some prizes and a Bing Surfboard to one lucky winner. Jerry Smart from Northern California was the grand prize winner for the 9’4″ Pintail Lightweight. We appreciate everyone who entered the raffle and we’ll be holding another in the future for another chance to win a Bing Surfboard. Thanks to all of our supporters for making the last year a success and we look forward to many more years here in the Encinitas community. Stop by to see the largest selection of Bing Surfboards (70 boards on the floor) in one location. We’d be happy to find the perfect board for you.

Bing Surfboards Surf Shop
802 N. Coast Hwy 101
Encinitas, CA 92024
760-944-6300
Open: Mon-Sat 10am-6pm, Sun 10am-5pm

Special Thanks: Manny Caro, Bitchin’ Burgers Gastro Truck, Nixon, Stance, Banks and Creatures of Leisure







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