FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Bellevue, WA; September 12th, 2016
Inland Surfer Inc. and Day1 Wake LLC announced they have forged an agreement in which Inland Surfer will acquire Day1 Wake. Upon execution Day1 Wake will be integrated into the Inland Surfer Brand, becoming Inland Surfer's exclusive Made in America Custom Division. Bryce McDonald founder of Day1 Wake will assume an Executive Position and hold a seat as a member of the Board of Directors.
For over 16 years Inland Surfer has developed the strongest Dealer Network driven with global distribution channels as the World's largest independent wakesurf manufacturer. The team has designed a plan to take the Made in America Custom Division into this network effective immediately. This acquisition strengthens Inland Surfer’s competitive advantage, deepens product offerings, and enters the custom board segment as a proven leader in a space that has traditionally been occupied by independent builders and limited production companies.
"After designing all Inland Surfer products in Bellevue, Washington for the last 16 years I am incredibly excited to now begin production in the United States. We've secured a new CNC Machine and we can now offer our customers the ability to purchase handmade, custom boards made in the United States of America," said Jeff Page, CEO, and Founder of Inland Surfer.
Inland Surfer will immediately release multiple new handmade boards to complement the 2017 model year lineup as well as semi-custom and full personalization boards on-demand in various shapes, sizes, materials, and technology.
About Inland Surfer: Celebrating 16 years as the World's largest wakesurf board manufacturer, a Lake Lifestyle brand founded in Bellevue Washington with worldwide operations; including global distribution and a premier Dealer Network. Inland Surfer designs exclusively in the USA with manufacturing in the United States, China, and Thailand.
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