NY/NJ Bing Book Signing Tour – Sep 23-25

September 12, 2011


This month Bing Copeland, joined by Bing Surfboard’s head shaper/designer, Matt Calvani and his wife Margaret, will travel to the Big City and the Jersey Shore for a 3-day book signing tour hosted by select Bing dealers in the region. This biography by former Surfer Magazine editor, Paul Holmes, titled Bing Surfboards: Fifty Years of Craftsmanship and Innovation, was published in 2008 and is now nearing the end of its limited-edition run. So come on down and meet surf industry legend, Bing Copeland, talk shop with shaper/designer, Matt Calvani and don’t miss this chance to get a Bing book while supplies last! (Book price: $60)

EVENT SCHEDULE:

Friday, September 23rd, 6-9pm @ MARITIME SURF SHOP (Long Beach, NY) 

Saturday, September 24th, 4-6pm @ HERITAGE SURF SHOP (Ocean City, NJ)

Sunday, September 25th, 9am-4pm @ BEACH HOUSE CLASSIC BOARDSHOP (Bay Head, NJ)



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