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Sean is excited to announce that Fishburn Boarding, an Australian based clothing company, is joining the sponsorship team for 2009. Fishburn make a popular range of apparel & accessories, designed with the ‘board rider’ in mind. You will be seeing Sean in the latest Fishburn t-shirts and clothing at all the GP World Tour events this season! Stay tuned for news on how you can receive a special promotion discount through on all Fishburn Products.

From the Fishburn Website:

Fishburn was born in Australia in 2005, a product of pure passion from an Aussie board riders vision and is evolving into a popular range of apparel & accessories traveling on the backs and bums of board riders in Oz, and now in the South Pacific and internationally. The brand draws it’s inspiration from international board riding culture. Our product emphasis is on style and quality and our design and graphic arts team are dedicated to providing board riders of the world a unique and increasing product range designed to reflect your passion and fulfill the aesthetic needs of board riding fashion.

It’s not all about profits at Fishburn. The opportunity to put back into board riding is a core value of ours. We aim to put back into board riding communities by supplying funding for events, developement opportunities for young board riders as well as sponsorship for established board riders.

Each year, Fishburn also donates a portion of profits to a charity of our choice. This year that charity is the “The Childrens Hospital at Westmead” in Sydney Australia who through their specialised research and care of sick and injured children, have improved or saved numerous childrens lives. So by purchasing products from us you are also helping someone in need.

In a world that’s serious enough, board riding offers an exhilarating experience. So get out there and live your passion. It’s about the pursuit of freedom and the quest for the ultimate ride….. the wind…..the water…..the lifestyle…..It’s a religion.

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