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Vissla and D’Blanc Return to Agenda Long Beach, California

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Stokehouse Unlimited, owner of the brands Vissla, Amuse Society, and D’Blanc is pleased to announce its return to Agenda Long Beach.

Vissla’s continued support of surf culture and craftsmanship will be the focal point of its exhibit, featuring historic surfboard presentations, surfboard raffles, Vissla’s Fall 2017 collection, Vissla’s iconic ‘Dream Steeple’ built by Creator & Innovator Jay Nelson, a mobile shaping bay in The Point provided by Shaper Studios, and live shaping throughout the two days by Creators & Innovators Donald Brink, Hayden Cox, Danny Hess, Matt Kinoshita, and Travis Reynolds.

With equal excitement, D’Blanc will release its upcoming collaborations, including an all-new signature sunglass by renowned free surfer, Noa Deane.

The new expanded area within Agenda will be a focal point of hard goods -- the surfer in all of us won’t be able to resist peaking at the fun. Paul Naudé, CEO of the Stokehouse brands said, “We look forward to contributing to the excitement in hard goods, and highlighting some of the craftsmen who provide us surfers with the tools to have the best days of our lives.”

Contact your local rep for additional infomation, and we look forward to seeing you in January.

About Vissla:

Vissla is a brand that represents creative freedom, a forward-thinking philosophy, and a generation of creators and innovators. We embrace the modern do-it-yourself attitude within surf culture, performance surfing, and craftsmanship. This is a surf-everything and ride-anything mentality

About D’Blanc:

Expanded by experience, perspective turns what we do and what we see into the beliefs and values that guide our way. It is the filter through which we construct meaning from the tangle of modern madness. It shapes the way we see the world and frames our sense of self. It is everything. Feed your eyes and feel the feeling, this is our perspective. 

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