Pro Skateboarders Host Holiday Event at local ABQ Skate Park
ABQ natives turned professional skateboarders, Daniel and Andrew Lutheran will host their 6th Annual "Homie Holidaze" event at Domingo Baca Park in Northeast Albuquerque on December 22nd.
By: Homie Holidaze
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - Dec. 5, 2018 - PRLog -- Brothers Daniel and Andrew Lutheran will host their annual Homie Holidaze event at Domingo Baca Skate park on December 22nd at 12pm. The family-friendly event, now in its 6th year, is an opportunity for the Lutheran brothers to give back to the local skate community, to spread positivity, and to help foster a love of skating in Albuquerque's youth.
Daniel, a La Cueva High School alum now residing in Long Beach CA, has ridden professionally for 10 years and is currently represented by national skate brands Vans Shoes, Toy Machine, Independent Trucks and others. He will be bringing with him his friend and fellow skater, Johnny Layton, as well as plenty of swag to give away to attendees.
The days' events include a skate contest, group photo and food and drinks. Prizes will be awarded in categories like high jump, long jump, park race, and tricks landed in the park, and everyone who participates can expect to go home with something. A Christmas Spirit prize will also be awarded to the best-dressed attendee.
This year's sponsors include national brands like Vans, Thrasher Magazine, Toy Machine, Health-Ade Kombucha, and Independent Trucks, among others, as well as local companies Dions Pizza, The Mechanic Inc and The County Line BBQ.
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