|Ryan Struck's recent photo from Pipeline on the North Shore|
Monday, November 19, 2012
Saturday, November 17, 2012
RYAN STRUCK PHOTOGRAPHY donation:
The Ocean Grove Pier as Hurricane Sandy comes ashore in New Jersey.
The first 12×18″ print of the Ocean Grove Pier before it fell to Sandy has been purchased. All proceeds will be donated to http://www.wavesforwater.org/ 12×18 ” prints are $55 with $7.95 shipping, who is next?
There is also a hi-res download option found here: Every $25 Donation Gets A Piece Of Ocean Grove History.
You can PayPal your payment to email@example.com or email me for an address to send a check.
JETTY T-SHIRT Description:
In an effort to aid those suffering from Hurricane Sandy, we've designed a reflief t-shirt which will allow us to UNITE & REBUILD! Profits from the sales of this custom, Jetty T-shirt will go to victims of the storm who are in direct need of assistance as well as the emergency response units who risked their lives to save others. We will be accepting pre-orders through Friday, November 16th and at that time we will screen print & deliver the first wave of orders. This relief effort will be focused within New Jersey which was most heavily impacted by the storm. Our thoughts lie with all who were affected by this historic and devastating storm.
***Please double check all of your order information before submitting your order. Due to extremely high order volume, we may not be able to accomodate post order changes ~ Thank you!***
***We will consider making womens/youth/hoodies/etc. in the future, but due to the overwhelming response to the T-shits, we are obligated to print/ship those first!***CLICK HERE FOR SITE
Monday, November 12, 2012
water and ice to people in need. Huge shout out to Summa Love's Luke Ditella who helped create Project Rebuild (one of the largest relief distribution centers in Monmouth County located in Red Bank), Adam Lindstrom with his help with Waves For Water, Sara Beveridge, Sarah McGovern, Ashley Dilger, Alton Lutz, Jake Tavil, Tyler Vaughan, Tyler Thompson, John Smyth, Chris Macioch, COA and SEA for all the help and support they made and continue to make with the relief efforts. Much more work needs to be done. Surf Contest coming soon to benefit Sea Bright and the rejuvenation of our local surf community.