Monday, October 20th, 2008

When it comes to surf competitions, you’re in the lap of the god’s. Generally speaking, weather is a miss, surf is shy better than a ripple and by the end of two days of surfing, judging and tabulating scores, the crowds are ready to go home.

This year, the Buntabout had it’s biggest turnout in 29 years of running the event, surf was pumping, the sun was shining and nearly 2000 pounds was raised for Children’s Hospice South West’s Precious Lives Appeal, geared towards building a hospice in Cornwall.

It was an emotional event, with the many generations of Aggie families competing; fathers, mothers, daughters, sons and a boat load of pride. We were stoked to sponsor the event and to be a part of a little Aggie tradition.

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