Coreban Stand Up Paddle Boards Dallas TX
May 4, 2012
-- Dallas, TX- Rio SUP, Dallas/
Fort Worth's premier Stand Up Paddle (SUP) board shop, is proud to announce the addition of Coreban Stand Up Paddle Boards to the SUP product line. Rio SUP is the exclusive Coreban dealer in Dallas and surrounding North Texas cities. http://www.coreban.com/
Coreban, which means "Dedicated to God", are world leaders in innovative stand up paddle gear. Founded in Maui, Hawaii in 2005 by a group of pioneering watermen, whose focus has been on quality, innovation and performance, Coreban has since become a world leader in SUP gear. With testing done in some of the world's most extreme conditions, from outer reefs in Hawaii to point breaks in South Africa and Australia, Coreban provides the best available products on the market. Coreban's SUP board line ranges from entry-level boards for kids to elite Carbon Fiber SUP Race boards.
About Rio SUP: Located near White Rock Lake in Dallas, TX, Rio SUP offers the top brands in the stand up paddleboard or SUP industry including: Coreban @ http://www.coreban.com/
, Dragonfly http://www.dragonflypaddleboards.com/
, Riviera Paddlesurf- @ http://www.rivierapaddlesurf.com/
, Tahoe SUP @ http://www.tahoesup.com/
, Imagine Surf, Diablo Paddlesports @ http://www.diablopaddlesports.com/
, Hawaiian Paddles @ http://www.hawaiianpaddle.com/
, Sawyer Paddles @ http://www.paddlesandoars.com/
and more. All of our products are available for purchase at our shop and online at http://RioSUP.com. The stand up paddle board craze has hit the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex and Rio SUP is proud to introduce our friends and neighbors to the sport we so love and to provide them with the best products in the SUP industry. "Rio", Spanish for "river" signifies the explosive growth woddf of inland and flat water paddling. The Rio namesake also pays homage to the founder's close ties in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil which is the next Rio SUP location scheduled to open next year.
About Stand Up Paddle Boarding:
Stand Up Paddle Boarding, also known as SUP, is the fastest growing outdoor recreational sports in the world. A combination of surfing and canoeing or kayaking, this sport originated in Hawaii less than a decade ago and has quickly spread worldwide. Using a canoe-like paddle and standing atop a larger version of a traditional surfboard, paddlers propel themselves through the water with side to side paddle strokes. Stand-up paddling offers a core workout with a cadence much like swimming or cycling. Many people who are unable to run or cycle because of injuries or arthritis, find that they are able to become active again by paddling.