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By Tiffany Montgomery
August 08, 2010 7:59 AM

It was another busy day at Agenda on Thursday in Huntington Beach.

One thing brands kept talking to me about was the high quality of retailers there. I saw a wide range of accounts in different booths, including Zebra Club, Journeys, PacSun, Nordstrom, Familia Skate Shop, Coastal Edge, Sun Diego, Active, Glik’s and more.

The mood in general was upbeat, though West Coast retailers said they were negatively impacted by the July gloom and many manufacturers are working through production issues in China.

Here are some more photos. Click here to see photos from Wednesday.


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