Tomorrow is International Surfing Day. Get stoked!
Tomorrow, June 20th, marks the 8th annual celebration of International Surfing Day. It is a day to both celebrate the rich culture of surfing throughout the world as well as a day to raise awareness towards issues of environmental and coastal protection. This year, the Surfrider Foundation is proud to announce that the California State Assembly introduce House Resolution 30, which officially recognizes June 20th as International Surfing Day. So grab your gear and call in sick to work tomorrow, because it’s time to celebrate!
Jim Moriarty, the CEO of the Surfrider Foundation had much to say about this iconic day. “International surfing day,” he says, “is a wonderful opportunity for California residents and visitors to celebrate the sport of surfing and also to learn about issues affecting our coastal environments and some of the state’s most iconic surf spots. We are extremely excited that Assemblymember Das Williams introduced House Resolution 30, and that the Assembly supports this resolution commemorating International Surfing Day and celebrating California’s surfing heritage.”
We at Manuka will be all over the action, so come out and join us as we clean up the beach, hang out with our friends, and of course catch some waves. If you need an excuse to get out of work, check out the form below. We can’t guarantee that it will work, or that your boss won’t fire you, but hey, it’s worth a shot.