Can Surfing Become the Greenest Biz Ever?
Come party with leaders of the surfing and green business worlds, see the future of high-performance eco-friendly surfboards, and discover how surfing and surfers can lead the world in environmental change.
VIP Hour - 6PM to 7PM
General Admission - 7PM to 10PM
100% of your tax-deductible donation will be used to support the programs of Sustainable Surf, a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation.
- Live Eco Surfboard Glassing Demo: Come watch the pros from Entropy Resins and E-Tech Glassing as they transform a shaped blank into a surfboard before your eyes.
- Meet-A-Shaper Booth: Pick the brain of a leading surfboard craftsman about board design and order your next ECOBOARD Project "verified" surfboard right there at the event.
- Waste to Waves - Styrofoam Collection Drive: help create the next generation of recycled EPS (i.e. "styrofoam") surf cores, by bringing us your EPS packaging foam. Collected material will be recycled into a new surfboard core from Marko Foam.
- Silent Auction and Raffle: featuring surf gear, including ECOBOARD Project "verified" surfboards from LOST, FIREWIRE, Stretch, Timmy Patterson, and others
Live DJ | Sustainable Food Truck Fare | Fine Local Beverages
Join top executives and founders in an inspiring discussion about surfing's sustainable future, its potential ability to inspire larger cultural changes, and the specific role the surfboard itself has as the core of the entire lifestyle.
Adam Werbach - Chief Sustainability Officer of Saatchi & Saatchi, Chairman of Saatchi & Saatchi S
Ryan Ashton - Executive Director, Quiksilver Foundation
Will Hutchinson - Co-Founder, Proof Lab Station, GROW, and SurfbreakRentals.com, recent graduate of Presidio Graduate School's "Green" MBA program
Jim Moriarty - CEO, Surfrider Foundation
Mark Price - CEO, FIREWIRE Surfboards
Michael Stewart - Co-Founder, Sustainable Surf, Vice Chair of San Francisco chapter of Surfrider Foundation, and Advisory Board Member, Save the Waves Coalition
Todd Woody - Environmental Editor, Forbes Magazine
Saatchi & Saatchi S
501 York Street
San Francisco, CA 94110
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|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|