GoldCoast Skateboards To Partner With VQS Series

GoldCoast Partners With Volcom On 2013/2014 VQS Surf Tour

September 5, 2013 (Leucadia, Calif.) – GoldCoast Skateboards is partnering with Volcom to support the 2013/2014 VQS Surf Tour that hits the beaches of California, Hawaii, Texas and the East Coast. Volcom’s Surf Tour gives back to the surf community and makes it possible for kids without sponsors or money to compete on a local and national level.

“Volcom has always created an environment at their happenings that embodies what surfing and skateboarding is all about! The crew at GoldCoast is stoked to support Volcom’s VQS Surf Tour by putting GoldCoast skateboards under the feet of the best up and coming surfers,” said GoldCoast’s Sales and Marketing Director, Chris Brunstetter.

GoldCoast Skateboards is a design-driven brand that takes having fun seriously, which lines up with Volcom Stone’s VQS Surf Tour’s Let The Kids Ride Free program. The purpose of this program is to create a unique environment, not a typical contest, but more like a gathering. It is where people can come together and hang out, without all the fees, rules, stipulations and lack of camaraderie of a normal event. Kids will be able to show off their talent, pushing the next generation to be better than the last. Click here for the complete tour schedule and to get details on how to sign up: volcom.com.

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About GoldCoast:
GoldCoast’s founders, Brock Harris, Chris Brunstetter, Dustin Ortiz and Nate Coan, describe the ethos of the brand here: “Skateboarding and design are at the core of GoldCoast. These two things touch nearly every part of our lives. Design is the language of our creativity; it is the starting point for all our products. We appreciate awareness of little details in our surroundings, our products, and our designs. Our enthusiasm cannot be contained. We want to share stories, ideas, sessions and trips with our peers, and want them to do the same with us. The end goal is to have fun. We don’t do what we do for trophies, fame, or titles – we take it easy. Seriously.”