Real Street Skating Association Debuts at Warped Tour San Diego and Los Angeles

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Team assembles some of the world's best extreme inline skaters for display on Warped Tour.

The Real Street Skating Association (, showcasing the talents of a new cutting-edge generation of extreme inline skaters, is making its world debut at the last two dates on the Vans Warped Tour®, it was announced today. The RSSA team will be performing during the Warped Tour dates in San Diego at the Coors Amphitheatre on August 24 and Los Angeles at the Home Depot Center on August 25, 2007.

Nine team members -- Nick Wood, Quinn Feldman, Winston Wardell, Connor O'Brien, Iain McLeod, Damien Wilson, Rachard Johnson, Demetrios George and Ben Schwab -- will be displaying their jaw-dropping skating skills before the Tour's 15,000-plus audiences. Constantly looking to push the limits, today's aggressive skaters have elevated the sport to a level of athleticism and excitement that rivals anything in the sports world. The Real Street Skating Association has brought some of the world's top extreme inline street skaters together under one umbrella for the first time, and fans can follow them as they launch into a schedule of appearances throughout the rest of the year.

The Real Street Skating Association is promoted by Randy Feldman, along with Lisa and Lexie Tenner of Tenner and Associates, Inc.

The Vans Warped Tour® is well established as America's longest-running touring festival, breaking up-and-coming indie talent as well as showcasing established artists for the past 12 years. It has cemented its place in history by playing a major role in bringing punk-rock/skate/action sports culture from the underground to the forefront of American youth culture, while at the same time creating awareness and taking action towards environmental causes and helping those in need. More than 100 bands have played the tour that Alternative Press readers voted the "Best Tour/Festival" of 2006 and Rolling Stone called "America's most successful festival" (2005).

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