Volunteers Needed For Barrels For Boobs Surf Contest on St. Augustine Beach
Join local surfers and community members on Saturday, April 6, 2019, to create a positive impact on those affected by breast cancer.
St. Augustine Beach, FL (February 4, 2019) – Wahines of the Waves and Daybreaker Solutions have teamed up to produce the 5th Annual Barrels For Boobs Surf Contest and are seeking volunteers to contribute to the team. This family-friendly event takes place on Saturday, April 6th at the St. John’s County Ocean Pier in St. Augustine Beach, Florida.
Volunteers are needed to help with registration, competition logistics, raffle and merchandise sales, setup, and breakdown. This contest is also seeking photographers and videographers to document this 5th annual event.
The surf contest is open to men and women all levels of amateur surfing. This 5th annual surf contest and beach festival will support local nonprofit, Pink Up The Pace, in their movement to provide breast cancer imaging services to uninsured and underinsured individuals in the area.
"Barrels for Boobs is a great opportunity for surfers and locals to get together for a great cause,” commented Event Director, Jenna Curtis. “Whether you’ve competed in surf contests before or live in the area and just want to help out, we need support in many areas and are open to volunteers of all ages.”
What: 5th Annual Barrels For Boobs
When: Saturday, April 6 | Surf Contest + Beach Festival | 8:30am – 4:00pm
Saturday, April 6 | Live Music at Café Eleven | 8:00pm – 11:00pm
Where: St. John’s County Ocean Pier
350 A1A Beach Blvd.
St. Augustine Beach, FL 32080
Contact: To obtain additional information contact Jenna Curtis -email@example.com
By Jeff Stolowitz
New Smyrna Beach
I knew I had found one of those places, a business with Eco-awareness, run by locals that had a vision to carry it out.
During Beach week 2017 hosted by Pro Surfer Shea Lopez, I met Kevin Mount the owner of FLAUNT Vehicles in New Smyrna Beach.
Kevin has grasped the concept and evolution of the Eco-friendly local business shop.
They currently feature 2 models of an e-Bike that you can go up to 20 mph on for about 40 mpc The bike only takes 4 hours to completely recharge a battery. American ingenuity and entrepreneurship at its best. It is a movement which is taking root in communities and cities all over the country.“Benjamin Franklin” anyone.
The e-Bikes are sturdy and have some great features.
The one that got my attention on our ride was the pedal assist option. As an avid outdoors-man and gymnast in my early years I had done some damage to my knees and hadn't been on a bicycle in many years.
Getting on one of the e-Bikes I was a bit apprehensive, but as the saying goes, “It’s like riding a Bicycle”
The first word that came to mind was exhilarating and the pedal assist took the fears of bike riding away. You absolutely feel free to resume this great activity which is both helpful for your health and environmentally friendly.
FLAUNT Vehicles has a business model that includes renting their bikes, they sell and service them as well. At a cost of just around $1,700.00 they are an affordable way of getting around town without having to go to the gas station.
FLAUNT Vehicles also provides an Eco e-Bike Tour around the City of New Smyrna Beach. It includes a ride from their shop over to the beach through town. As you ride your guide will point out historical places and cool facts. You can also go through a pretty cool off trail ride.
New Smyrna Beach is only a 20 minute ride from Daytona Beach and is a must see and do location when vacationing. It is home now too many trendy and up-and-coming small businesses and restaurants. FLAUNT Vehicles e-Bikes is a great way to tour this quaint Beach-side City.
Should you want a tour in Ormond or Daytona call Kevin he is sure to accommodate your group's needs. Located in New Smyrna just off Canal Street their first sale was in June 2016 after 3 years of R&D. They created a unique company that is Eco-friendly and fits our definition of What’s Behind Daytona
105 Magnolia St / New Smyrna Beach, Florida 32168
800 646-7616 x110
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