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International Surfing Day 2015
June 20, 2015 marks the 11th annual International Surfing Day organised by the Surfrider foundation. Each year celebrations take place across the globe in more than 30 countries featuring surf contests, barbecues, film screenings and other surf-related activities. In addition to celebrating the sport and lifestyle of surfing, participants also give back to our ocean, waves and beaches by organizing beach cleanups, habitat restoration and other acts promoting coastal protection.
To celebrate International Surfing Day 2015, Surf Star Ghana and Mr Brights surf shop will be hosting a two day surfing event at Big Milly’s, Kokrobite, Accra. This will be the first ever surf contest in the Accra area and will be a fun packed weekend for all. Not only will there be a surf contest but it will be the official launch of Mr Brights second shop, based at the famous Big Milly’s Backyard, Kokrobite.
During and before the event we will be holding beach clean-ups involving the surfers the local community and any one else that wishes to lend a hand. The surf contest will run with an open event The Big Milly’s open surf contest, and also fun tag team. The event is free entry and open to all. Also over the weekend there will be a local fishing boat race, beach boxing, volley ball, cultural drumming and dancing, surf movie screenings and the famous Big Milly’s Reggae night.
If your interested in participating in the contest or helping with the beach clean then either send us a mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 0264 316 053
Pre Odrer Surfboards For Sale Ghana
If anyone is interested in buying new surfboards in Ghana, then look no further. Mr Brights surf shop will be importing boards into Ghana this September. Surfboards will be limited models and sizes, focused more for the beginner – intermediate surfer. If you are interested please contact me via email, email@example.com Orders need to be place within the next 3 weeks. Thanks
Mr Brights Surf School – Nearly There .. !
Its been a tough few months to say the least. Spending time away from my family, registering Mr Brights Surf School as a formal business in Ghana. Securing suitable land, building permissions & the Surf School construction, but it is finally all coming together and I’m so very exited now for what the future holds.
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