Waxhead Sponsors ESA (Eastern Surfing Association)
PRESS RELEASE – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Amelia Island, Florida–August 15, 2015
Waxhead Sun Defense, today announced a sponsorship of Amelia Island’s local chapter of the Eastern Surfing Association.
With Waxhead’s philosophy, “Thrive in the Sun” Waxhead is committed to making life in the sun better by creating traditional sun defense products like sunscreen and sun shirts as well as non-traditional sun defense products like nutrient bars loaded with antioxidants to boost skin protection in the sun.
“Making a better life in the sun is our number one goal at Waxhead and sharing our Nutrient Bars and Sunscreens with the surfers and parents helps keep their skin safer in the sun, as well provide the nutrients their bodies need to compete,” said Waxhead Sun Defense co-founder Kari Kenner. “We’re thrilled about this sponsorship, especially because our oldest son in an ESA member.”
About Eastern Surfing Association
ESA is the largest amateur surfing association in the world. Our family oriented programs promote a healthy and active lifestyle. It is not uncommon to find two or three generations of the same family involved as members of the ESA, and actively competing in our program. Two of the original founders of the ESA, Cecil Lear and David Reese, are still active in the association forty years later.
The Association’s activities are organized into a total of twenty-six districts, which extend along nearly 2,000 miles of coastline. Stretching from Maine through the Gulf Coast of Florida, Alabama, and the Great Lakes across the Atlantic to the Caribbean, each district’s programs are developed and operated by a dedicated group of volunteer directors and staff.
ESA Mission Statement
The Eastern Surfing Association (ESA) is dedicated to the sport of amateur surfing, to the operation of a program of amateur competition for surfers of all ages and abilities, and to the establishment and preservation of free access to a clean shoreline and ocean environment. It was founded in 1967 by East Coast surfers to promote, preserve, and protect the sport of surfing on the East Coast.
Amelia Island’s local Chapter ESA First Coast Florida.
Comments are closed