Near Canada, USA (August 29, 2013) – Lib Tech announces: “LORDS OF SEATOWN” event at Marginal Way Skatepark in Seattle, WA, Sunday, September 15, 2013. Lib Tech has teamed up with a grip of other like-minded, Seattle-based brands to create the first ever “LORDS OF SEATOWN” Marginal Way Skatepark benefit-BBQ-jam-raffle-thing on Sunday, September 15. It kicks off at the crack of noon with music, a bbq, raffle and a jam format non-test with all the proceeds going directly to the Marginal Way Skatepark Association.
Lib Tech is putting up $1000 in cash ($500 1st / $300 2nd / $200 3rd) for the “DUDES OF THE DAY” as well as getting the fundraiser off to a good start with a $1,000 donation.
$20 entry fee includes bbq lunch from SnoCon and drinks from Black Market and Jones Soda. The Foundry will be onsite slinging event T-Shirts and evo will be running the raffle and ALL PROCEEDS go to the cause!
This community event would not be possible without the support of Lib Tech, Jones Soda Co., SnoCon, Black Market, evo, Sausage Skateboards, Dirty Bearings, The Foundry, Grindline and Quincy Quigg.
LORDS OF SEATOWN
Where: Marginal Way Skatepark – Seattle, WA
Date: September 15, 2013
Entry: $20 (includes lunch)
Prizes: For “Dudes of the Day” – $500 1st / $300 2nd / $200 3rd)
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