Surfy Surfy Welcomes Bing Surfboards!

November 10, 2012

We’re honored and psyched to share with you that Bing Surfboards will now be available at famed Leucadia community surf shop, Surfy Surfy.  Surfy Surfy is run by native Leucadian, JP St. Pierre, who named his shop after his influential blog after working for years in the surfboard-building craft under his parents and founders of Moonlight Glassing, Peter & Sally St. Pierre.  Surfy Surfy not only has some of the friendliest staff in North County San Diego, but is also conveniently located next to locally-acclaimed coffee shop Cafe Ipe, serving all locally-baked pastries and onsite roasted coffee by Revolution Roasters.


 

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