Scotty Lago Resigns With Flow Snowboarding

scotty_flow.jpgSan Clemente, CA (August 5, 2011) – Flow Snowboarding is excited to announce that Olympic Bronze Medalist, Scotty Lago, will continue to be an integral part of the Flow family for another three years. Lago, hailing from Seabrook, NH, continues to establish himself among snowboarding’s best. Lago’s versatility as an athlete is impressive- a regular visitor to the Winter X Games podium in both slopestyle and halfpipe, an infamous showing at the Vancouver Games and a soon-to-be-released part among a prominent few in thehighly anticipated Art of Flight action sports film.

“I’m so excited to be signing with Flow for another three years. I’ve been with Flow since I turned pro and have seen them progress so much. They’re committed to helping me compete, film and give me the best boards and bindings the planet has ever seen! It's been a good ride and I’m stoked to keep it going"
-Scotty Lago

Lago has been with Flow since 2003. For the past eight years, company and rider have grown together. As an icon in the sport, it was a no brainer for Flow to collaborate with Lago on a signature model. Lago’s fifth generation signature Quantum snowboard hits shops soon.

“We are very excited to have Scotty continue as the athlete face of the Flow brand. There is no better endorser in the industry as far as we’re concerned. We are proud of all that Scotty has accomplished and we look forward to supporting him in everything that he strives to become.” -Anthony Scaturro, Flow Snowboarding President

“It’s impressive to watch Scotty ride and equally entertaining to hang with the guy. We’re stoked for three more years of laughs, jokes and undeniable progression. We’re proud to be backing one of the industry’s best and look forward to supporting him as his career expands.”
-Brooke Summers, Flow Snowboarding Team Coordinator

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