Word on the street is that there is a school in Virginia that offers skateboarding as apart of its gym class curriculum. Nansemond-Suffolk Academy in Suffolk, Virgina recently introduced their students to skateboarding thanks to Physical Education teacher Terry Crigger. Nansemond-Suffolk Academy isn’t the only school to to offer skateboarding in gym, there are several Continue Reading »
Our friends at A.Skate are offering up one of the most epic skate trips to 2 random winners ONLY IF A.Skate wins a $50,000 grant through the Pepsi Refresh Everything challenge. It’s super easy to help them out, just follow the steps below. Do your part and get A.Skate as many votes as you can Continue Reading »
On August 20, The Brooklyn Arts Center, located in Wilmington, NC was transformed into a full skatepark to introduce skateboarding to kids with autism. As a proud supporter and sponsor of this skate event, Warehouse Skateboards was able to contribute 7 skateboard decks and lots of stickers for the kids. The event was held by Continue Reading »
This year’s Go Skateboarding Day drew a rowdy crowd of over 1,000 skaters to the streets of L.A. The Wild in the Streets event benefited Boards for Bros, a nonprofit organization that collects and refurbishes skateboards so they can be redistributed back to the community. The day started in Hollenbeck Park and continued through the Continue Reading »
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