For Immediate Release
For further information:
AST Dew Tour
Nicole Mancuso: 630-566-6351
Brener Zwikel & Associates
Meghan Powers / Noah Gold: 212-708-3329, 818-344-6195 x108
AST DEW TOUR TICKETS ON-SALE NATIONALLY APRIL 16
NEW YORK â€“ April 16, 2007 â€“ The AST Dew Tour, the world’s premier season-long action sports tour, today announced tickets to all 2007 events will be available for purchase beginning Monday, April 16. The third season of the AST Dew Tour kicks off June 21 in Baltimore, Maryland.
For all AST Dew Tour events, daily general admission tickets are $15 for adults and $5 for children (ages 2-12). A Premium Seating Package is available for $100 each day, Friday-Sunday, for both children and adults. The Premium Seating Package provides access to priority reserved seating for all finals competitions on purchased day, as well as official merchandise, a behind the scenes tour, a 20% off merchandise coupon, and Fast Pass Access into venues and interactive areas, along with a 12 month subscription to one TransWorld Magazine (TransWorld Motocross, TransWorld Skateboarding or Ride BMX).
With the advanced purchase of a general admission ticket, Friday through Sunday, fans will receive a free ticket to the qualifying competitions being held on Thursday of each event. Tickets to the Thursday qualifying competitions are not for sale. Tickets will be available at Ticketmaster, Ticketmaster.com, and select Ticketmaster retail outlets for all events (with exception of the Vans Invitational). A complete breakdown of ticket availability follows:
Panasonic Open, June 21-24, Baltimore: Tickets will be available at Ticketmaster, Ticketmaster.com, and Ticketmaster retail outlets, including Macyâ€™s and Athletic USA. Tickets are also available through charge by phone at 1-800-551-SEAT (7328).
Right Guard Open, July 19-22, Cleveland: Tickets will be available at Ticketmaster, Ticketmaster.com, and Ticketmaster retail outlets, including Macyâ€™s and select Giant Eagle stores. Tickets are also available through charge by phone at 1-216-241-5555.
As you all know we didn’t get to finish the raffle at the event. I hope everyone who bought tickets heard the announcement to hold on to them. I want to make sure we get this stuff out to you. Here’s how this will work. If you have a winning ticket you can post here and say “Yeah I won!” You have ten days to contact me at
Just after you got through mourning the Pala Bowl demise….Fullblood Skates sent us this email that the Indian Reservation is building a skatepark.. 😀 As of 8/7/2007, the Pala Indian Reservation just broke gound on their New From : fullbloodskates.com
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Skatepark , 1/2 mile from the Pala Casino off of HWY 76. Bowls and Street
Just after you got through mourning the Pala Bowl demise….Fullblood Skates sent us this email that the Indian Reservation is building a skatepark.. 😀
As of 8/7/2007, the Pala Indian Reservation just broke gound on their New
From : fullbloodskates.com
Some of the good ladies (and men folk) put together a ripping holiday fund raiser to make some more $$$ for ‘crete additions to the Channel Street Skatepark in San Pedro CA. All told about $700 was raised by selling baked goods, handcrafts, PISSBAT T-shirts, raffle tickets, tree ornaments, BBQ grillins, and the like. Many of the usual CD crew made it out to lend a hand, drop some coin, and enjoy a fun afternoon.
Under the Skateboarder Mag tent is where the action was.
Maybe not all the action was under the tent, Barfly gave some screen printing training to the new generation.
And there is always good action in the bowls.