ABOUT

The Surfing Heritage Vintage Surf Auction presented by Quiksilver Waterman Collection – May 11, 2013

    WHERE: OC FAIR & EVENTS CENTER – LOS ALAMITOS / OC SPAN / ANAHEIM BUILDINGS
    WHEN: MAY 11, 2013 – PREVIEW OPEN AT NOON – VIP COCKTAIL/DINNER RECEPTION 3-5PM – LIVE AUCTION 5PM
    WHAT: A FUNDRAISER FOR THE SURFING HERITAGE & CULTURE CENTER
    WHY: TO PRESERVE, PROMOTE AND PRESENT SURFING
    HOW: BIDDING PACKAGES AVAILABLE NOW

The theme is “California Gold” and the Surfing Heritage (SHACC) is focusing on just that, boards and memorabilia with a California flair from the ’20s through the ’70s. We’ve already coalesced a solid selection of “Gold’ from various sellers and are actively searching for more. We’re anticipating between 40 – 50 prime vintage surfboards for the live auction and at least 40 items including surfboards for the silent auction.

Randy Rarick, a member of the Surfing Heritage Auction Advisory Committee, and a great friend of the Surfing Heritage, has lent his auction expertise to the Surfing Heritage and will also serve as the emcee of this gala.

Please put the Surfing Heritage Vintage Surf Auction presented by Quiksilver Waterman Collection (May 11, 2013) on your radar!

Sincerely,

Scott William Bass

Board Member Surfing Heritage
Director – SH Vintage Surf Auction
Scott.Bass@SurfingHeritage.org

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AUCTION ADVISORY COMMITTEE
Charles Adler
Fernando Aguerre
Spencer Croul
Keith Maynard Eshelman
Randy Hild
Robert C. Mardian
Sharon Marshall
Dick Metz
Denny Michael
Steve Pezman
Dan Pincetich
Randy Rarick
Boyd Scofield
Erwin Spitz
Cary Wiess

About The Surfing Heritage & Culture Center (SHACC)
The Surfing Heritage & Culture Center is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving, presenting and promoting surfing’s heritage for the appreciation and education of current and future generations; and to achieving our goal of surfing being more accurately understood, represented and enjoyed.

Preservation
Focusing on the complete spectrum of surfing’s history and development, including but not limited to significant surfboards, photography and the full range of other forms of information and objects of cultural value.

Presentation
Establishing a world-class museum/resource facility, including an outreach program that creates exhibits and develops venues for effective traveling and/or off-site display: that this facility might serve as a symbolic center for the wave riding culture in the United States, dedicated to the understanding and appreciation of surfing as a sport, lifestyle, and culture.

Promotion
Building a community who actively support the Surfing Heritage & Culture Center with fundraising, promotion and advocacy.