The last win-win on earth!
It is the giving season, the most wonderful time of the year, when friends help friends and friends help strangers and… ohh who am I kidding? It is a vicious time, a terrible time where Ayn Rand’s ethos reigns supreme. Gimme gimme gimme and have you ever read The Fountainhead? What about The Virtue of Selfishness? Are you a fan? Did you name your son Howard Roark? Do you wear Roark Revival on principle?
None of it matters. The human race is all but lost, thanks to Rand Paul and his damned Atlas Shrugged but would you like to win a brand new custom Jon Pyzel surfboard while helping victims of the California wildfires at the same exact time? It is maybe the last win-win left on earth. An almost extinct combination of altruism and egoism and let’s read about it (AND ENTER HERE)!
The recent California fires have devastated communities and left thousands without homes. The tragedy is too large to know where to begin but the stories of people helping one another are inspirational. It’s hard to know how to help when so much help is needed. The best way we know how is raise some money by auctioning off a custom surfboard and donate it to the Red Cross. The Red Cross are always on the front lines of every disaster and we would like to help their efforts in providing shelter for those who have nowhere to go. You can also donate directly on their website https://www.redcross.org/
The winner of the raffle can select a model from our ghost collection, either custom made for the winner or from our retail stock in time for Christmas. The models in the collection include our best selling board, the Ghost for bigger waves, the Phantom for smaller ones or the Gremlin for mushy days. Go to Pyzelsurfboards.com for more information on boards. This prize includes shipping to any US address. If you live outside the US you can still enter but you will be responsible for all shipping costs.
Australia? Did you catch that last line? You can be selfish too! JP up there in Scotland? A Ghost under your Christmas tree! It is the board that changed Longtom’s life wherein he exclaimed:
If you have a shred of decency, self-respect and pride in your skill set, then the Ghost is worth the effort to figure out. You can do the best surfing in your life on it. Big call, but true. If you’ve given up or were never there then walk on by. This board has nothing for you, and that’s no judgement on your worth as a human being.