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Adidas Skateboarding Hosts Poker Party for Retailers

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  • Westside skateshop from Tarpon Springs Florida with a third place finish – receiving a custom adidas poker ship set. Photos courtesy of Adidas
  • The crew from 303 in Denver. Photos courtesy of Adidas
  • adidas’ Matt Milligan presenting a $5,000 in-kind donation (raised from 3K during the tournament) to Terry “TC" Campion of Santa Cruz Boardroom for winning the poker championship. Photos courtesy of Adidas
  • adidas pros Alec Majerus, Nora Vasconcellos and Nestor Judkins came out to play some hands with the shops. Photos courtesy of Adidas
  • Ben Jones from Maryland’s Kinetic Skateshop and Matt Price of CCS laying down their chips. Photos courtesy of Adidas
  • adidas Skateboarding social media manager Cairo Foster with adidas Skateboarding Team Manager Paul Shier. Photos courtesy of Adidas
  • Peaches and Frank from Phoenix, Arizona’s Cowtown skateshop. Photos courtesy of Adidas
  • adidas Skateboarding pro Daewon Song and longtime friend, filmer and resident adidas event DJ – Jon Fitisemanu aka DJ Runaway. Photos courtesy of Adidas
  • Elias Bingham from No Comply Skateshop in Austin, Texas with adidas Skateboarding's Team Manager Paul Shier and Jeff Landi from Official. Photos courtesy of Adidas
  • Intense action from the finals – everyone was gathered around the finals table. Photos courtesy of Adidas
  • adidas Skateboarding pros Marc Johnson and Daewon Song. Photos courtesy of Adidas
  • Meta Skateboards retailer from Colorado attends adidas Skateboarding's Lucky in Long Beach poker tournament. Photos courtesy of Adidas
  • No Comply’s Elias Bingham, Grant Jensen and adidas Skateboarding's Social Media Manager Cairo Foster. Photos courtesy of Adidas
  • adidas Skateboarding pros Pete Eldridge and Daewon Song bellying up to the table. Photos courtesy of Adidas
  • adidas Skateboarding pro Pete Eldridge with Westside Skateshop Owner John Montesi. Photos courtesy of Adidas
  • Subsect retailer from Iowa attends adidas Skateboarding's Lucky in Long Beach poker tournament. Photos courtesy of Adidas
  • Dandelion from Berkley, California’s 510 skateshop with friend. Photos courtesy of Adidas
  • Terry “TC" Campion from Santa Cruz Boardroom with hands up in victory claiming the $5,000 in-kind donation (raised from 3K during the tournament) to be used to support the local skateboard community in Santa Cruz, CA. Photos courtesy of Adidas

Information courtey of Adidas

On the evening of Jan. 4, adidas Skateboarding in partnership with Agenda, kicked off the Agenda trade show with the Lucky in Long Beach poker tournament to celebrate a longstanding partnership with specialty skate retailers nationwide. Pro-team riders and industry veterans from Daewon Song, Marc Johnson, Nestor Judkins and Alec Majerus to Pete Eldridge, Paul Shier and Cairo Foster attended in support of the tournament. Retailer Santa Cruz Boardroom received an in-kind donation of $3,000 towards developing a local skate park after winning the poker tournament.

See photos from the evening in our slide show.
 

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