American Surf Magazine Launches Digital Platform
American Surf Magazine (ASM) has officially launched its digital platform — AmericanSurfMagazine.com — to promote “surf coverage from sea to shining sea”, including American surf competition, American surfers, and the American surf culture at large.
“I couldn’t be more excited on the launch,” said Cash Lambert, Founder and Editor in Chief of American Surf Magazine.
Lambert has worked in editorial roles with Eastern Surf Magazine, SURFING Magazine, and more recently as the Editor of Hawaii’s Freesurf Magazine.
“We are excited to build content for the American surfer that will educate, entertain, and inspire.”
The digital platform seeks to cover a wide spectrum of surf competition, from local grom contests to regional Eastern Surf Association (ESA) contests, the National Scholastic Surf Assocaition (NSSA) Championships, the growing US Boardriders Clubs movement, Team USA competing internationally, the World Surf Leauge (WSL) Championship Tour and more.
American Surf Magazine will also cover in-depth profiles, Q&A’s, industry news, gear reviews, travel, fitness, surf therapy, and more.
The website is just one facet of the media company. Citing the vital role that print surf magazines have played in the surf community historically, American Surf Magazine aims to have a print magazine in the near future distributed nationwide.
“While our surf community has many qualities that set us apart — we ride different types of boards, we surf waves of different skill level, some compete while others are just weekend warriors — American Surf Magazine exists to say that we are all united by surfing,” says Lambert.
With the launch, American Surf Magazine is now open to contributors and advertisers.
To learn more, visit AmericanSurfMagazine.com.