NSSL concludes its fourth season on June 15th with annual awards banquet and fundraiser.
The National Scholastic Skateboarding League will be finishing up the 2013 season with an award ceremony rewarding its top skater-scholars at Volcom’s Headquarters in Costa Mesa, CA. Trophies will be donated by Create A Skate‘s Paul Schmitt, and an inaugural $1,000 Skater Scholarship will be awarded to one skater. The event will also include a silent auction and raffle to help raise money for league expansion. At the end of the night, students will get to skate Volcom‘s private skatepark. Tickets are $25 per person.
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NEWPORT BEACH, CA (May 24, 2013) – The National Scholastic Skateboarding League (NSSL) is concluding its 4th season at Volcom’s private skatepark in their corporate headquarters in Costa Mesa on June 15th for their annual awards banquet and fundraiser. Students and school teams from 26 schools in Orange County and San Diego will take home custom trophies donated by Paul Schmitt from Create A Skate for individual and overall standings accumulated over the past five months.
More than 200 skaters, family members, coaches, pros, industry executives, and various school and city officials are invited to attend this anticipated awards ceremony and fundraiser. A silent auction and raffle will help the league raise money to continue to expand next season. And to top off the night, the top skater scholars will be rewarded for their academic successes, including the inaugural $1,000 Skater Scholarship for a student for college or career technical school.
Please contact the league office at [email protected] if you would like to donate items for the skater goodie bags or silent auction.
The evening will conclude with a student skate session in the Volcom private skatepark.
The NSSL has been invited to participate in the City of Costa Mesa 60th Anniversary Festival on June 30 which will include team skate demos, T-shirt making, and other fun skate related activities. The NSSL will start its 2014 season next March. Until then, summer skate camps, several skate park tour field trips, career day field trips, and league fundraisers will take place throughout the remainder of the year.