If you thought that winning a dream boat trip to the Mentawai Islands with five of the best surfers in the world and an elite Surfer Magazine editorial crew in the name of charity was the best thing that could ever happen to you, think again.
FUEL TV, a staunch supporter of Surf Aid International and their humanitarian objectives in the Mentawai Islands through Surf Aid’s “Adopt a Village sponsorship program, has literally jumped onboard to cover Wave of Compassion for an upcoming one-hour television special to air exclusively on FUEL. Hooking up the action sports crowd, “FUEL’s 54321 Weekly Update will also cover the Surf Aid fundraiser Liquid Nation Ball in San Diego on Saturday, September 11.
Besides being one of the key figures in the corresponding Surfer Magazine article covered by legendary Surfer Magazine writer Steve Barilotti, photographer Jeff Divine, and Surfermag.com guru Scott Bass; one lucky winner will now have acclaimed surfing videographers Sonny Miller and Justin Krumb capturing on film every surfing success and failure of the trip.
Wave of Compassion is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for the everyday surfer to make history. One grand prize winner from the USA will win an all expense paid boat trip with Quiksilver’s Strider Wasilewski, Reef’s Ben Bourgeois, Billabong’s David Rastovich, Patagonia’s Keith Malloy, RVCA’s Conan Hayes, and Surfer Magazine on a surf/cultural expedition to the Mentawai Islands for 10 days. The grand prize winner may bring one friend, spouse or partner to accompany them on the trip.
For more information how you can possibly become a part of history and support a great cause, please visit Surf Aid International’s “Wave of Compassion website: www.waveofcompassion.org. With your support —everybody wins!
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