THE BOARDROOM at the OC Fair October 5-6, 2013

September 27, 2013

The Boardroom at the OC Fair & Event Center will feature shaping competitions, seminars, entertainment, autograph signings and hundreds of booths filled with surfboards, legendary and contemporary shapers, surf apparel, etc.  This years Icons of Foam Shape Off will honor Terry Martin.   A shaping competition by invitation only, where six shapers will attempt to replicate a classic Terry Martin shape over a 90 minute period.  Bing head shaper, Matt Calvani, has been invited to compete in the Icons of Foam Shape Off.  Other shapers include Mickey Munoz, Tyler Warren, Donald Brink, Ricky Carroll, and Gary Larson.  Come out and watch Matt Calvani shape in honor of Terry Martin on Saturday, Oct. 5th at 1pm.

Bing Surfboards will be located at booth: 716

The Boardroom
88 Fair Drive
Costa Mesa, CA 92626
October 5, 2013   10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
October 6, 2013   10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Entry Price: (12 and under get in free)
$10 for a single day pass.
$15 for a two day pass.


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