Sundek Flagship Store Opening In Italy

April 10, 2012

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Bing Surfboards is pleased to welcome Sundek to our family of surfboard retailers. Sundek Surfwear was founded in 1958 and continued to be a prominent brand throughout the ages, sponsoring world-class surfers like Kelly Slater, Ken Bradshaw, and Mark Foo.  Available today in Sundek and high-end department stores worldwide, the top-quality construction of Sundek Surfwear made Bing Surfboards a natural fit for the flagship store that had its grand opening in Forte dei Marmei, Italy over the Easter weekend.  Congratulations to the Sundek family!
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Images courtesy of Fabio Tempestini www.mandarino23.com
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Located at:
Sundek
Via Stagio Stagi, 52
Forte dei Marmi, LU 55042
Italy
0039 055 588302


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