MANERA is a proud sponsor of the Central Coast BoardRiders Club. We are always here to support the local surf communities, and are grateful to get the opportunity to be apart of this growing boardriders movement!
We headed up to Morro Bay, San Luis Obispo to watch the annual US BoardRiders Morro Bay at The Rock comp go down. It was a great day full of high level surf from clubs all over CA, as well as good energy from the local surf community. We were stoked to see the Central Coast BoardRiders Club take the win at their home break, Morro Rock.
We got with one of the main coaches Steve Denham after the club took the win:
“Great comp, waves, and competition with our fellow Northern region clubs @santacruzboardridersclub @venturaboardriders @sbcountyboardriders @smcboardriders ! The MVP went to our women’s squad that crushed it and got the momentum going, setting the 50’s up to dominate and put us in the lead.”
“A solid 8+ double whammy by @braden.joness in the final 20’s division iced the win. Stoked on the whole team and club. Special thanks to our sponsors @maneraamerica, @woolyspb, @dornsbreakers, @cayucoscollective, @besteverpads, @805beer. The future is local, see you in Santa Cruz.”
At MANERA, we are a family. It is not some overused marketing cliché, but rather a fact of life.
Whether it’s out on the water or in this business, we don’t forget our family and friends.
In the early days of MANERA, a small network of shops and salespeople in the community helped us grow to where we are today. They have our loyalty, and vice versa.
To protect and maintain this friendly ecosystem, we have stayed true to the local shop model for our sales approach. This includes both shopping, and supporting LOCAL.
Another huge congratulations to Central Coast Boardriders. Keep making MANERA proud!
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