We posted up next to our ripping friends at Hometown Heroes. Always a good time with them.
This was the new wheel toss game we brought out this year. Throw a wheel from outside the booth into one of the holes and win. Seems easy right?
Well at times the wheel toss was easy so we invented other games. One of the better was the "Chug Alug Challenge". It consisted of 4-5 contestants pounding a 16oz energy drink the fatest they could. Whoever finished first won.
I guess kids were throwing up. Thats what the lost energy drink people were saying when they came over to shut us down.
Through the eyes of my cotton candy...
Onto the next contest...whoever can fit in the duffel bag wins it.
This kid came pretty close to fitting inside of it and us being able to zip it up. Sketchy...but he won.
During the whole weekend we were promoting Foundationality awareness. Turn in a Element shirt for a Foundation shirt.
Dont think we arn't cutting the shirt up
The lucky winner
Onto the skating already geez
We got all gnarly and sponsored the event this year.
Incase you were like trying a trick on the quarter pipe and right before you were wondering who sponsored the event you could look and check it out real quick then still get your trick. Nice.
Thats like a football game sized crowd or something
Sierra ripped all weekend long. I would know because I got his autograph.
On the way back to our booth I stumbled across something sketchier then our "Chug Alug Challenge"...
It was heated when I got back to the Booth. There was a serious "Tech Deck Challenge" going on. Change the wheels on a tech deck the fatest and win some product.
You can barely even see the parts
Came up on a new Foundation shirt for his skills
Onto about the best contest of them all. The "Can you steal something without the person knowing contest". This was the first and last attempt. Wasn't succesful.
Dang nice cover Mr. David Reyes. You got cover of a bus. Thats like a category of photo incentive we don't even have.
One last quick trip up to the front to check out the skating and we were out. Thanks to everyone at Sole Tech for making this a fun event again. See you next year.