not too late to register for fundraiser

BURTON TOYOTA Promotion

not too late to register for fundraiser

Tubes 4 Boobs is a locally organised fundraising surfing competition to be held at Dixon Park Beach, Newcastle on the October Long weekend of Saturday the 3rd and Sunday the 4th of October, 2015.

The aim of this unique event is to raise funds and awareness for Breast Cancer by supporting Pink Ribbon Cancer Council Australia.

If you would like to help us fundraise you can register on our everyday hero page. Prizes will be going to the top 3 fundraisers with 1st place getting a brand new Carverley surfboard RRP $1400!

The competition will comprise of:

  • Jye Byrnes Surfboards-Open Men’s modern longboard
  • Mctavish Surfboards-Open Logs
  • Ripcurl-Open Women’s longboard
  • NXFM-Grommets (U18)
  • Papas Bagel Bar-Grommets Log (U18)
  • Mens Retro (Shortboard)
  • JLP-Womens Retro ( Shortboard)
  • ColourPac-Over 35 years
  • The Herald-Over 45 years
  • Pieter Surfboards-Over 55 years
  • Hanwah-Tag Team event
  • Carverley Surfboards-Old Malibu

Get your entries in!!

Its filling up with limited positions in all divisions!

We will also be holding a trivia night at The Burwood inn at 6pm Saturday the 3rd of October! Come along for you chance to win a custom Jye Byrnes Surfboard and a case of wine!

In addition, we have teamed up with The 3 Peas Markets who will be set-up on Sunday the 4th of October from 9am!

Come for some fun in the sun, amazing food, art, music, clothing, rides and more!

Join in on the fun and help save the girls!

Up for grabs in our raffle will be surfboards from local shapers, accommodation, clothing line goodies and much more!

For more info please go to our Website www.tubes4boobs.com.au or email: tubes4boobs@gmail.com

 

ENQUIRIES:

Courtney Bower – Mb: 0431284609

Marlenn Guihot – Mb: 0481233471

Grant Sproule
Grant Sproule
grantsproule@throwingbuckets.com.au

Grant Sproule has worked in Newspapers and Surf Media for 22 years and is also graphic designer and photographer. His eye for detail and deep passion for surfing has led him to develop one of Australia's leading Surf Magazines. Grant Started shooting surfing at a young age and is now regarded as an industry pro.

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