Vans Skateboarding Clinics Celebrate Girls
March 15, 2018 - skateboarding
Earlier this week, during a Vans Skatepark in Orange, CA a “Get On Board” weekend kicked off celebrating women’s skateboarding.
Activations for a travel wear code enclosed a gold of activities including a print gallery of women’s skating, symbol making, lessons on how to build skateboard ramps, manicures, food and copiousness of extraordinary skateboarding. Last Saturday, for a women’s Combi Bowl contest, and for a initial time, Vans put adult a same esteem purse for a women that they do for a men.
Vans recently noted International Women’s Day—March 8—with a “Girls Skate India” campaign, where it extrinsic a code into Indian womanlike skateboarding, a popular, though little-known sport. The eventuality was a initial of what will be 100 general clinics that learn women and girls how to skateboard and to showcase a competition to new audiences in cities like Brooklyn, Chicago, Bangalore, Sao Paulo and Mexico City. Vans’ athletes Lizzie Armanto and Atita Verghese participated in a event.
“Vans has been enchanting with creatives around a universe for some-more than 50 years. Whether it’s creation a initial boots for skateboarders, building skateparks, hosting concerts, or putting on art shows, we adore how creativity brings people together where they can learn from and enthuse any other,” Jamie Reilly, Vans clamp boss of tellurian creative, pronounced in a blog post.
Girls Skate India was a subsequent section of Van’s tellurian campaign, “This is Off a Wall,” launched in 2017. The debate spreads a summary by a different set of stories to spotlight several forms of creativity that a code has always supported. This year, it takes a closer demeanour during artistic communities around a universe by a extensive debate of video calm and activation platforms that share Vans’ pillars of movement sports, art, song and travel culture, while mouth-watering all consumers to participate.