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Quiksilver Hosts On Surfari Night with Shane McIntyre

| posted on July 22, 2009

(Huntington Beach, Calif.) July 22. 2009 – This Saturday, July 25, Quiksilver Waterman and Hobie Surf Shop will host a special On Surfari Movie Night event with professional surfer and TV host Shayne McIntyre. Shayne will be showing two episodes of On Surfari and sharing stories from his experiences traveling the world and discovering new surf spots.

Sunday’s event is free and open to the public. The screening starts at 7:00pm. The first 100 guests will receive a free raffle ticket for tons of swag from Shayne’s sponsors including Quiksilver, Rusty Surfboards, Dakine, Futures Fins, Maui Jim, Sanuk and Head Hunters. Additional tickets will be on sale for $1 per ticket. All proceeds from the raffle will go to The Strongheart House and Trinity Dental in Liberia, West Africa.

On Surfari is a travel surf show by Shayne and Shannon McIntyre airing on Fuel TV and National Geographic International. From Russia to Nicaragua and Indonesia to India, watch as Shayne and Shannon search for surf in unexpected coastal towns and hang with the locals.

Earlier on Sunday, Shayne will be at Baby Beach in Dana Point Harbor for an open Stand-Up Paddle Session. All are welcome to attend.

Shayne will also be in Encinitas North County San Diego for another On Surfari Movie Night on July 31 at Hansens Boardroom.

For more information, check out www.onsurfari.com or www.quiksilver.com

Hobie Surf Shop is located at 24825 Del Prado, Dana Point, CA

Call (949) 496-2366 for directions, questions and more information.

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Quiksilver is committed to providing tools for uncovering, expressing and expanding your personal style. Our aim is to foster the sense of individual expression and excitement – the stoke that is the essence of boardriding*. We’re also here to spread the word because the only thing better than finding stoke is sharing it.

*Boardriding is about timing and style. It’s youthful, active, casual, and free flowing. There is no wrong way to ride a board. The goal is simply to learn, progress, improve, and give it your own interpretation.