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Monday, 19 July 2010 10:08

DVS Welcomes Nick Garcia

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DVS just put out this press release welcoming Nick Garcia to the team.

Posted: July 19, 2010

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DVS prides itself on retaining its skateboarders. Over the company’s fifteen-year history, many of the pros that began their careers with DVS still proudly stand behind the brand today—names that have changed skateboarding—Daewon Song, Chico Brenes, Jeron Wilson, and Daniel Castillo.

In recent years, DVS has made some strong additions to the team—brining in new talent to carry the company into the future. Skaters like Torey Pudwill, Andrew Brophy, Kenny Hoyle, Jimmy Cao, and Robbie Russo truly represent the next generation of skateboarding and the future of DVS.

The latest name to be added to DVS’ history books is Buena Park, California native, Nick Garcia. Like all the other DVS riders, Nick’s skateboarding talent is undeniable. His style is fast and smooth—a look you’ll definitely get used to seeing more of.

We’re proud to have Nick as a part of the family and look forward to supporting his career and talent for many years to come. Welcome to the team.
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