Forum and High Cascade are Serious Business this SummerBy admin • May 26th, 2009 • Category: News
BURLINGTON, VT (May 26, 2009) â€“ Forum Snowboards and High Cascade Snowboard Camp are once again partnering up for the 2009 summer season. Along with a Pat Moore/Peter Line signature session, High Cascade will offer several of Forumâ€™s new 2010 products in their demo closet. This means serious business.
â€œBusiness is serious and we mean business,” states Forum Brand Manager David Friend. â€œWe even told the GM about this one BEFORE we did it.”
â€œHe did,” adds Sam Paschel, Forum General Manager. â€œIâ€™m not sure why, though.”
For those looking to get that flowy playful feel with added snap and stability, four of Forumâ€™s boards with new ChillyDog continuous rocker will be available to demo in a range of sizes, including the transition-killing Destroyer ChillyDog and the swashbuckling Scallywag. In addition, the first ten lucky campers per session to get out on a ChillyDog board and experience continuous rocker will get a free Cobra Dog AND an original print made by Peter Line.
â€œArt is serious business,” says Preston Strout, HCSC Director. â€œWhen David said there would be Peter Line art involved, I knew they meant business â€¦ serious business.”
Forum will also be debuting its brand new award-winning Shaka binding, allowing the ultimate in natural board flex. And for the first ten campers per session to get out and experience the â€œGood Vibes” of the Shakaâ€™s hinged disc, theyâ€™ll get a pair of Shaka flip-flops.
â€œI canâ€™t wear flip-flops myself,” states Strout. â€œMy toenails look like dragon teeth. But campers with nice toenails are very fortunate and should display them proudly.”
â€œI agree 100%,” adds Paschel. â€œAre you really quoting me about toenails?”
â€œNo,” says Strout. â€œItâ€™s about business.”
Then the two businessmen combined businesses, forces and souls in only the worldâ€™s second virtual high-five. No media was allowed access at the time.
To stay on top of the latest Forum and HCSC happenings, check out the respective on-goings at http://www.forumsnowboards.com and http://www.highcascade.com. All Forum ChillyDog boards will be available to check out this summer at http://www.forumsnowboards.com.