"Our goal is to help the community and keep skaters stoked. That is what our company is all about and we take great pride in that. Project Free Ride has been a great organization to work with."
Torrance, CA (PRWEB) October 22, 2010
Stoked Skateboards is pleased to announce that they have just partnered with the Free Ride Project, an organization that gives skateboards to people who truly deserve them.
Stoked Skateboards is a company always looking for ways to help the community and others. Project Free Ride does just that. The Project started last month by Grant Kiessling as a way to help fellow skaters in need.
Grant is spending his own money to purchase skateboards as gifts for those he deems in need. When Stoked Skateboards heard about this, they jumped on the partnership opportunity.
Project already has several kids lined up for boards and Stoked is expected to send out some complete skateboards to them within the next couple of weeks.
The founder of Stoked Skateboards, David Rajewski, noted, "Our goal is to help the community and keep skaters stoked. That is what our company is all about and we take great pride in that. Project Free Ride has been a great organization to work with."
About Stoked Skateboards:
Stoked Skateboards is a fast growing retailer of longboard skateboards and skateboard supplies, that aims to provide customers with the best in value and quality. As a company owned by skaters, Stoked stays connected with the wants and needs of their market through personal experience.
For further information, please visit StokedSkateboards.com