Posts tagged “Freshly Squeezed

Photo of the Week | Jacob Campbell @softhoagierolls

This week’s new Photo of the Week features the Captain of the Soft Hoagie Rolls ship. Jacob Campbell, Crail Stall, Freshly Squeezed 2-Year Anniversary Party, St. Petersburg, Florida. DIY Dumpster Quarter courtesy of The Shop Skateshop.

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Photo of the Week | Johnny Goheen

Johnny Goheen | Fastplant | Freshly Squeezed 2-Year Anniversary Party | St. Petersburg, Florida.

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Random Photo | 10.23.2013 – Anthony Biggs

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Anthony Biggs, FS Boardslide, Freshly Squeezed One-Year Anniversary Party, St. Petersburg, FL.

Anthony Biggs, FS Boardslide, Freshly Squeezed One-Year Anniversary Party, St. Petersburg, FL.


No Comply Skateboard Mag Two-Year Anniversary | SHR Edit

The No Comply Skateboard Mag Two-Year Anniversary Party at Schoolyard Skatepark on Saturday evening was a huge success! I would like to say “Thank You” again to everyone that came out, to the sponsors, and to everyone that has supported what I have been doing for the last two years. Schoolyard Skatepark, Freshly Squeezed, Gutter Skates, Soft Hoagie Rolls, Catalyst Boardshop, Vendetta Griptape, Demon Seed Skateboards, Steezy Grip, Square One Skateboards, HUF, 9five Eyewear, District Skateboards, Ant Pocket Tees, Seven District Apparel, The Bends, Murder Ride Skateboards, Team Pain Skateparks, DJ MEGA, My wife and my family…Thank You. I am looking forward to continuing to grow and progress with all of you. In the meantime, enjoy the Soft Hoagie Rolls video edit of the event! Cheers-Nicks.


Brand New | Freshly Squeezed

Gary Swenson (Co-Owner & Co-Founder) of Freshly Squeezed grew up just a couple hours north of St. Petersburg in Brooksville, FL. You could have found him skating the old Island Skatepark in Mazaryktown any day of the week. His passion for skateboarding eventually led to a passion for streetwear and sneakers. So Gary packed up and moved to southern California, where he completely immersed himself right in the middle of the streetwear and sneaker industry,living and breathing it for over a decade. California is also where Gary met his fiance Victoria Phipps (Co-Owner, Co-Founder, and Backbone of the operation). Recently, Gary and Victoria moved back to Florida and decided it was time to do their own thing.

Freshly Squeezed is a streetwear shop whose mission is simple…to consistently bring the newest and freshest gear to St. Petersburg. Whether it is a bigger, more well-known brand, or a small, local, or up-and-coming brand, Gary & Victoria’s passion for all of them is just the same. Not only do they live it, work it, and wear it, but they also have personal relationships with most of the lines that they carry. With their 10 + years of experience and personable and professional attitudes, you will leave not only happy and looking fresh, but educated as well. Gary & Victoria meet once a week for strategy meetings and their current future plans for Freshly Squeezed are to continue to grow and to develop their own line. So, please do yourself a favor and get over to Freshly Squeezed, chat with Gary and/ or Victoria, and get yourself (or someone else) tightened up with some “fresh” new gear.

Freshly Squeezed’s current lines include:  HUF, FUCT, The Hundreds, Lime Almost Lemon, CBNC, So It Seems, and No Comply Skateboard Mag.

Stay out of the mall and SUPPORT LOCAL! Get down to Freshly Squeezed this Friday for their “Black Friday Sale”…Everything in the store is 25% off! Yep…everything! – Nicks

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1st Avenue North & Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Street…the freshest corner in tha ‘Burg


Downtown St. Pete’s Game of S.K.A.T.E & Freshly Squeezed Grand Opening

Saturday evening, after the Bangerz For Bank Finals at Lake Vista, was Downtown St. Pete’s Game of S.K.A.T.E. and Freshly Squeezed Grand Opening. $100 in cash and a ton of prizes were up for grabs courtesy of 688 Skateshop and HUF. Proper tunes were provided by DJ Mega and Engine No. 9 kicked in some tasty grub. In the end, Jeff DeChesare was the last man standing, which put $100 in his pocket. Make sure to check out Freshly Squeezed next time you are downtown St. Pete..they’ve got new stuff coming in all the time. – Nicks

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