Check out Jason’s new piece in ‘Til The Wheels Fall Off with the owner of Stoner’s Skateboards, Steen Stoner.
I AM Skateboards is a brand new company based out of both Boca Raton, Florida as well as
Chattanooga, Tennessee, and was started by friends Joe Staltare and Brian Morales.
The company has been around for about 4 months, and they already have their
decks in 6 shops in 4 states. The boards come in sizes 7.75″ – 8.38″ and $1 of every
board they sell goes to a non-profit. Right now they are holding a contest in
which you upload a video to their website, and the winner gets a deck and a
t-shirt, plus a “premier” of the video. The summer plans for these guys include:
starting a team and getting the boards in as many Florida shops as they can.
When I asked Joe what brought this about he said, “We love skateboarding, we have
a passion for it. We just want to give back to what has given so much to us. I’m
excited to see how this goes.” Look for I AM skateboard decks and t-shirts at
Faith Skate Supply in Birmingham, AL, Comfort Skate Shop in Chattanooga, TN,
Found Skatepark in Elijay, GA, and Flipside Skateshop, Flatspot Board Shop and Island Water Sports in Florida.
– Jason Stephens
We are pleased to announce the newest feature on No Comply Skateboarding Magazine…‘Til The Wheels Fall Off.
‘Til The Wheels Fall Off is a skateboarding culture project and the brainchild of Jason Stephens. ‘Til The Wheels Fall Off and Jason are going to fit in perfectly here at No Comply, welcome aboard!
“Well, we found a new home here at No Comply Skateboarding Magazine, and things are gonna pick up right where they left off. This page will focus on skate culture type stuff such as bands, hot rods, choppers, tattoos, pinups, as well as skateboarding. We are based out of the Orlando, FL area, but we will also be covering national events, artists and skaters. Feel free to contact Jason Stephens at email@example.com any ideas you have for us, and any submissions you want to talk about.”
’til the wheels fall off,
To get things started, here’s a classic: