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Rip Curl presents World Premiere of Andrew "Shorty" Buckley's movie, Float

By Press Releases
July 22, 2011 9:42 PM

 

Press Release:

 

On Tuesday, July 18, Rip Curl presented the World Premiere of Andrew "Shorty" Buckley's film, FLOAT, at the Regency theatre on Lido Island in Newport Beach.

 

Movie Synopsis:

 

One boat, six months, 13,000 islands, 25,000 Bintangs, the infinite Search- Rip Curl presents FLOAT, a film by Andrew "Shorty" Buckley.

 

Rip Curl set out to Search the Indonesian Archipelago in its entirety on the Quest 1. From undiscovered waves to cabin fever- FLOAT takes you everywhere except a final destination.

 

Starring: Dean Brady, Dillon Perillo and Bruno Santos, Featuring: Mick Fanning, Owen Wright, Matt Wilkinson, Taylor Knox and others on The Search.

 

Event Synopsis:

 

550 seats sold out at the Lido Theater in Newport Beach for the world premiere of FLOAT, the new Rip Curl Search film based on the 6-month expedition Rip Curl undertook last year that spanned the entire Indonesian Archipelago from tip to tip.

 

The event lined with our Spring 2012 Sales Meeting, so all sales reps, key southern California accounts, staff, and industry were in attendance.

 

This was a major component of our brand initiative in reinvigorating the SEARCH concept.

 

For more information, please visit ripcurl.com.

 

 


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