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The Superstars of skate ‘drop in’ to New Zealand!

Media Release

17th January 2013

The Superstars of skate ‘drop in’ to New Zealand!

Skating fans are set for a treat this weekend as the DC International Skate Team head down-under to our very own Amazon store in Downtown Auckland.

Amongst the team is legendary skater Nyjah Huston (US), Chris Cole (US) and ex- New Zealander Tommy Fynn (US).

The skaters will be doing an in-store group signing as well as presenting competitions and prizes to Amazon fans.

The stars of skating include: Chris Cole, Nyjah Huston, Mikey Taylor, Mike Mo Capaldi, Wes Kremer, Evan Smith, Marquise Henry, Davis Torgerson, Cyril Jackson, Madars Apse, Tommy Fynn, Jake Hayes, Kieran Reilly, Bugs Fardell & Deon Williams.

Following the signing fans can head down to Victoria Park outdoor skate park to watch their heroes in action.

Saturday 19th January
2.00pm – 3.30pm
(Followed by a skate session in Victoria Park from 4.00pm)

More information on Nyjah Huston:


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