Kirkland (PRWEB) June 1, 2010
Adam Lamb announced that DiaboloDepot.com will be displaying its new collection of Sundia triple bearing diabolos and diabolo sticks at the Washington Brewers Festival during the All Ages days of Saturday, June 19 from 11am to 9pm, and Sunday, June 20 from 11am to 6pm.
"With tens of thousands of fans, including lots of families and kids, this Father's Day festival is a great way to showcase our new diabolos," said Lamb, a fourth grade student at Carl Sandburg Elementary School. The 10-year-old is a member of the school’s extra-curricular Diabolo Club where he helps fellow students learn new diabolo tricks. With his father’s help, Lamb created DiaboloDepot.com to import and distribute hard-to-find Sundia triple bearing diabolos to the growing number of diabolo aficionados in the United States. The DiaboloDepot.com website has attracted customers from coast to coast.
"We think a lot of kids will check out our diabolos while their parents are enjoying the beer," Lamb said. Festival attendees can contact DiaboloDepot.com for free special offer flyers of limited availability that entitle the bearer to 2 bonus tasting tokens with their purchase of general admission.
The diabolo is a modern variant of the Chinese Yo Yo, a circus trick device popularized hundreds of years ago. Today diabolos are made of durable plastic cones joined by a bearing and manipulated with strings. DiaboloDepot.com specializes in Sundia triple bearings that are highly coveted by diabolo jugglers because they develop rapid spin speeds and enable a broad variety of diabolo tricks. Experienced diabolists can perform tricks juggling two, three and more diabolos. Exciting diabolo tricks are featured in video viewable at http://www.diabolodepot.com.
Washington Brewers Festival is a major fundraiser for the Washington Beer Commission.. Established in July 2007 the Commission represents all 100+ breweries in Washington State and its mission is to ensure that more beer enjoyed in Washington state is made by its own craft brewers, using ingredients from our state’s agricultural industry. The festival starts on Friday evening, June 18 and is family friendly on Saturday and Sunday, offering tastings of fine handcrafted brews, live entertainment, quality vendors and fun for the whole family. The location is St. Edwards Park, at 14445 Juanita Dr. NE, Kenmore, WA 98028. For more festival information visit: http://washingtonbeer.com/festival_brewers.htm
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