Gliders USA Auto Emblems Vans US Open Surfing Event

Posted by Paul Hastie on

Gliders USA Makes a Presence at Vans US Open Surfing Event

Gliders USA had a great response from people attending this year's US Open of Surfing in Huntington Beach, California! Our surfing inspired auto emblems had custom packaging specifically designed for The US Open of Surfing Event and were named for the classic surf term given to the city of Huntington Beach; 'Surf City'.

The 'Surf City Auto Emblems'  were on display at the ABC Surf Shop booth and included some of our most popular designs: Green Room Soul Surfer, Ten Toes on the Nose Surfer, and the Hula Surfer GirlIn fact, due to the high demand from locals, ABC Surf Shop, located in Newport Beach, California, now carry both our auto emblems and our custom designed surf inspired stickers.

We were not able to sell our custom designed stickers at the event due to the rules of the US Open of Surfing and their 'no stickers' policy.  You can find them at your local surf shop, or if you don't have one in your neighborhood, you can now find them online on Ebay, and they will soon be available on Amazon, as well as our new website which is expected to be rolled out before the end of August 2013. Our stickers are die-cut, UV protected, and weather resistant. They can be applied to any flat surface including cars, trucks, surfboards, kiteboards, SUPs, windows, mirrors, or whatever inspires you!

Gliders USA is a grass-roots, traveling surf & sport related business, owned and operated by real surfers and kiteboarders who passionately travel the world looking for the next great wave. We've been in business since 1999 and are the original surf & sport related auto emblem decal manufacturer. You can find our products on the backs of cars in beach towns near you, although surf and sport lovers all over the world purchase our emblems and stickers..from Ohio to Russia to Argentina!! 

We hope you enjoy our products and as always...ENJOY THE GLIDE!

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