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  • Dale Rhodes of Katin and Trent Robson of Urban Outfitters
  • Sole Tech's Pierre Senizergues and Sal Barbier
  • HippyTree Co-founder Andrew Sarnecki in front of the brand's custom teepee outside the show. HippyTree also had a booth inside.
  • Johnny Schillereff of Element with kids Camp and Lenox
  • Electric's custom trailer served as its booth and was strategically placed next to the food trucks outside. The brand will be taking the traiiler on a retail tour this summer.
  • Snowy Lonsway and Ian Foulke of Electric
  • Electric staff wore "Live Free or Die" buttons in reference to the brand's newfound independence
  • Danny Gillis and Aaron Quigley of Captain Fin
  • The Quiksilver crew: Mike Reilly, Ted Li, John Hunt, Benny Bigler, Fuzzy Schroeder, James Kindgren, and Tom Purbrick in front
  • Aaron Hennings of Stance, Sammy Duvall of Curl and Mike Loughlin of Stance
  • One of my favorites, Ryan Clements of The Boardr
  • Lauren Turcotte, Erin Hawley and Chrissie Brumfield of Volcom
  • Quiksilver President Greg Healy
  • Tony Amigleo and Juan Gonzalez Vega of Moskova. Juan, formerly a top Quiksilver executive in Europe, operates Moskova in Europe and is part owner of the brand worldwide.
  • Steve Ward of O'Neill and Ted Li of Quiksilver
  • A new T-shirt brand
  • A Surf is Dead T-shirt
  • Jim Shubin, Jeff Filkins, Tom Winchell and Joe McElroy of DVS
  • A closer look at Jim Shubin's shirt
  • Brian Cassaro and Eric Thomas of RVCA
  • Some RVCA boardshorts for Spring 17
  • Rick Petri and Joel Cooper of Lost
  • Under the direction of Rick Petri, Lost is tying its boardshort designs more closely with Lost Surfboards. Lost is also introducing a technical boardshort range.
  • Amanda Harris and Jon Crawford of Hurley, Brent Futagaki of Active and Ryan Mangan of Hurley
  • Guy Stagman and Lea Heidgen of Cova
  • The DC booth
  • Matt Pindroh of Mill 42
  • Charlie Setzler of Land Mark Surf Co., Garth Tarlow of O'Neill and John Hunt of Quiksilver - Steve Ward has a cameo in the back.
  • Wayne Takamure, Casey Fleming and Danielle Sund of O'Neill
  • A meeting at the éS booth
  • New Balance skate
  • Electric had a band play during the lunch rush

We have lots of photos from day two of the Agenda Trade Show, which wrapped up at the Long Beach Convention Center Thursday evening.

See photos from the first day of the show here.

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