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How To Get Surfing Sponsorships

Hang five, hang ten, surfís up!  Surfingís one of those sports that you have to be one with the elements, similar to scuba diving.  Thereís nothing like the adrenaline rush you get by riding the waves and hearing them crash right behind you.  Surfers are lucky in the fact that they donít need much equipment, a swimsuit, surf board, and good waves are all thatís really necessary.  A wetsuit is optional if youíre in a warmer climate, but if you live somewhere cold, itís a necessity.  While not much equipment is needed, youíll still need lessons and might have to travel unless you live right on the beach.  Finding a sponsor can help you afford surf lessons and travel.  You can find three tips to getting a sponsor below.

If youíre serious about surfing then the first step to finding a sponsor would be to move somewhere that has good waves year round.  Moving will allow you to meet other surfers, learn from them and meet potential sponsors, such as owners of surf shops.  If you live near the beach, you can also take advantage of the people who come to the beach and want to surf. 

Many people are willing to give surf lessons a try at least once. If you live near the beach, you will probably get to know surf shop owners and can arrange good prices on surf gear rental.  You can charge people for lessons and have them rent their own surf equipment.  You can get small groups together and give them groups lessons.  

By living near the beach, youíll get lots of practice time in.  And will probably make lots of progress and learn new surfing techniques, so this is the perfect chance to enter a competition.  Cash prizes are a great reason to enter competitions.  Even if you donít enter surf competition, you could work at some of them and still earn money.

If this sounds like something that interests you, consider contacting one of our sponsorship consultants to find out more information.

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