Bing Welcomes Britain’s James Parry

January 11, 2013

Bing Surfboards is pleased to welcome British stylemaster and overall swell guy, James Parry, to the Bing family.  We met James a few years ago at the Salinas Duct Tape Invitational and ran into him in California the following year.  He’s a man of few words with a sweet disposition, and he sure rides a log right!  A natural fit, he got on famously with the boys in the shop and was gracious enough to invite Bing Copeland, Matt & Margaret Calvani and Mick Rodgers to his annual Cornwall event, the Hip Wiggler Invitational last fall.  We couldn’t be more amped to have James on board!

Photos courtesy of Dave Muir &  www.allcreativemovement.com

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