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Support Your Local Skateboard Shop #sylss

Support Your Local Skate Shop #sylss

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Support Your Local Skateboard Shop #sylss

It's always easier to kick someone when they're down. When your buddy shows up with a Consolidated sticker covering the cheesy graphic on his new "no-name unbranded piece of crap" board, try to empathize a little before you punch him in the head. Explain the benefits of buying an actual Consolidated deck from local independent skate shops.

Every person you convert away from buying discount store boards is another soldier in the fight to keep skateboarding in the hands of those who actually skate (the Presidents & Board of Directors from Kaybee, Toys R Us, Wal-Mart, Target, Kmart, Olympia Sports, Dick's and Sports Authority DO NOT SKATE).

If your buddy still doesn't get it and wants to be a clown, then perhaps there's a local roller rink seeking another fruit-booter to clog floor on disco night.

These uninformed skaters/consumers need your help. You can lend a hand and help support local skate shops by downloading these SYLSS "Crappy Skateboard" WARNING LABELS (4-up PDF files) and stick 'em on those crappy products you encounter.

Only independent skateboard shops sell quality products that won't break or fall apart in the first 10 minutes of use. Boards purchased from crappy department stores and gluttonous box-stores are unsafe and will usually result in unnecessary injuries.

Clue-in and buy from your local skate shop. They are the only ones who care about you and ensuring you get high quality equipment. Department stores and sporting goods stores only want your money. Independent skate shops want to keep you as a customer by helping you get the best products available.

Check out our Support Your Local Independent Skateboard Shop resource center #sylss.

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