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Electric Visual announces signing of Mark Healey

By Press Releases
February 07, 2011 11:20 AM

Press Release:

 

If Richie Cunningham stopped trying to cut in on the Fonz's attempts to woo pre-pubescent teens and instead picked up a spear gun, strapped on a coconut size pair of cojones, dived 100ft down and shot a giant sea monster then he would no longer be Richie Cunningham... He would be Mark Healey, the classic All-American Haole.

 

Hawaiian mythology states that Healey was either hatched from a coconut or was the love child of King Neptune himself! Growing up on Hawaii's infamous North Shore has given Healey the opportunity to conquer the rugged island lifestyle. Mark is more than comfortable screaming through the belly of a Pipe beast, free falling down the face of a Waimea mountain or charging any of Hawaii's mystic outer reefs. When he's not paddling into monsters, Mark can be found below the surface petting them. For those who don't know, Healey's under water exploits have reached legendary status.

 

Healey's comfort level in and under the ocean encourages him to go bigger and deeper than most. A modern Hemingway, a hunter, an adventurer, a man's man, a lady's man.

 

Mark Healey's adventurous lifestyle makes him the perfect face and spokesman of Electric's polarized program. We are extremely proud to work with such an accomplished athlete and world class waterman.

 

“I'm really excited to be waving the banner for ELECTRIC. They have a really creative, fun loving, ballsy approach that I think meshes well with what I'm all about. I'm looking forward to stirring the pot with them!”-  MarkHealey

 

 


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