Entropy Resins & Marko Foam Sponsor 'Best In Show’

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Del Mar, California ; March 17, 2015 - Environmentally Friendly Manufacturing Standards And Materials Will Be A Focus At The Boardroom Surfboard Show, May 16 & 17, In Del Mar. Industry Trailblazers Entropy Resins And Marko Foam Lead The Way With Sponsorship Of The Entropy Resins & Marko Foam Sustainable Surf's Best In Show Competition.

"The Concept Of This Years Best In Show Is To Push The Ecoboard Project Envelope," Stated Boardroom Show Director Scott Bass. "It Is My Hope That Some Day Soon, A Wsl Professional Surfer Will Ride An Ecoboard Quiver Of Boards All The Way To The World Title. Frankly That's What Is Needed To Make A Seismic Shift In How Surfers Order Their Surfboards. This Years' Best In Show Is A Step Towards Fulfilling That Vision. There Are A Bunch Of Forward Thinking Board Builders That Have The Same Vision, Manufacturing The Highest Quality Surfboards With Sustainable Source Materials That Have Extremely High Performance."

Throughout The Majority Of Surfing's History, All Surfboards Were Made From Sustainable Materials Such As The Wooden Boards Of Ancient Hawaii. The Use Of Modern Foam, Resin, And Fiberglass Has Launched Surfing Into A New Realm Of High Performance And Cultural Significance, But With An Environmental And Toxic Footprint. Innovation In Sustainable Materials Is Bringing Together The Best Of Both Worlds.

The New Reality Of High-Performance Sustainable Surfboards Has Been Led By The Pioneering Efforts Of Entropy Resin And Marko Foam. For Many Years, They Have Steadily Improved The Quality And Performance Of Their Materials Through Feedback From Shapers And Surfers. Now, Many Top Surfboard Brands Are Using Their Materials And Pro Surfers Have Endorsed The Performance. This Has Catalyzed New Companies To Innovate Their Own Brand Of Sustainable Surfboard Materials, And This Market Is Growing Rapidly In 2015.

Each Boardroom Show Vendor Is Allowed To Enter A One Board In The Competition. There Is No Cost To Enter. Each Entrant Must Meet The Requirements Of The Ecoboard Project By Sustainable Surf. Specifically, Each Submitted Board Is Required To Be Made With At Least One Approved Material (Foam, Resin, Or Wood) Included In The Ecoboard Project Benchmark. A Complete List Is Available At: Http://Www.sustainablesurf.org/Ecoboard/Materials


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Del Mar, California ; March 17, 2015 - Environmentally Friendly Manufacturing Standards And Materials Will Be A Focus At The Boardroom Surfboard Show, May 16 & 17, In Del Mar. Industry Trailblazers Entropy Resins And Marko Foam Lead The Way With Sponsorship Of The Entropy Resins & Marko Foam Sustainable Surf's Best In Show Competition.

"The Concept Of This Years Best In Show Is To Push The Ecoboard Project Envelope," Stated Boardroom Show Director Scott Bass. "It Is My Hope That Some Day Soon, A Wsl Professional Surfer Will Ride An Ecoboard Quiver Of Boards All The Way To The World Title. Frankly That's What Is Needed To Make A Seismic Shift In How Surfers Order Their Surfboards. This Years' Best In Show Is A Step Towards Fulfilling That Vision. There Are A Bunch Of Forward Thinking Board Builders That Have The Same Vision, Manufacturing The Highest Quality Surfboards With Sustainable Source Materials That Have Extremely High Performance."

Throughout The Majority Of Surfing's History, All Surfboards Were Made From Sustainable Materials Such As The Wooden Boards Of Ancient Hawaii. The Use Of Modern Foam, Resin, And Fiberglass Has Launched Surfing Into A New Realm Of High Performance And Cultural Significance, But With An Environmental And Toxic Footprint. Innovation In Sustainable Materials Is Bringing Together The Best Of Both Worlds.

The New Reality Of High-Performance Sustainable Surfboards Has Been Led By The Pioneering Efforts Of Entropy Resin And Marko Foam. For Many Years, They Have Steadily Improved The Quality And Performance Of Their Materials Through Feedback From Shapers And Surfers. Now, Many Top Surfboard Brands Are Using Their Materials And Pro Surfers Have Endorsed The Performance. This Has Catalyzed New Companies To Innovate Their Own Brand Of Sustainable Surfboard Materials, And This Market Is Growing Rapidly In 2015.

Each Boardroom Show Vendor Is Allowed To Enter A One Board In The Competition. There Is No Cost To Enter. Each Entrant Must Meet The Requirements Of The Ecoboard Project By Sustainable Surf. Specifically, Each Submitted Board Is Required To Be Made With At Least One Approved Material (Foam, Resin, Or Wood) Included In The Ecoboard Project Benchmark. A Complete List Is Available At: Http://Www.sustainablesurf.org/Ecoboard/Materials

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