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Surftech to Conduct Southern California Dealer Previews

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  • Boards at last year's event in Orange County. Photo courtesy: Surftech

Surftech, the Surf and Stand Up Industry’s Leading Technology Company, is proud to announce its second annual Southern California Dealer Preview and Presentation of new product. Board building design and technology is changing faster than ever. Exciting innovative designs and constructions are being developed at a rapid pace. Surftech has been leading this trend and the new developments are reflected in their 2018 product line. 

It has been years since there has been a surf-oriented trade show in Southern California and for most, traveling to Surf Expo in Florida is not realistic. To give retailers, schools and rental operations a complete and thorough presentation of Surftech’s new and ever-changing product lines, they will be conducting two conveniently located showings on February 7th and 8th.

These localized events enable accounts to view the new 2018 lineup in its entirety and see, firsthand, the technical components and advances occurring at Surftech. The meetings will be presented by VP of Sales, Ryan Guay, and Southern California Sales Rep, Ryan Mahoney. John Vance, Surftech CEO, commented “Nothing replaces the chance to actually see and feel the advanced technology available today. Catalogs and web presence will never replace the ability to pick up a board, put it under your arm, sight down the rails and bottom and feel the weight. Nothing.”

The two venues this year were chosen to make the event easy for anyone to attend. To service the Los Angeles and Orange County dealers, the February 7th event will take place in Newport Beach. Day two, February 8th, will take place in Oceanside to convenience the more southern dealers. 

Surftech’s Ryan Guay quotes “This is a great opportunity for the owners and buyers to discuss what’s new, exciting and how they can work directly with us. For us, it’s a chance to meet face to face in a casual environment and tailor a product assortment that works best for our accounts.”

For more information, or to set up an appointment, please contact Ryan Mahoney at (760) 845-0108. 

About Surftech

Shaping the Art of Technology:  SURFTECH was founded in 1989 in a quest to find and utilize new technologies that would bring game improvement to surfers of all abilities everywhere.  We build boards for many of the best and most popular surfboard brands on the planet and we were the first to do it!  Today we continue to employ the most advanced materials and manufacturing techniques available.  We continue to push every boundary utilized in manufacturing, while also attaining a high level of sustainability.  We build what others can only dream of doing.  Visit us at for additional information.



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