Rome SDS – Black Friday = Black Old 561 Mitts

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Black Friday, is the day after Thanksgiving. It’s a day when people line up by the hundreds around Best Buy to save $30 on a new Wii, or trample people in a Wal Mart doorway to score a George Foreman grill at a DEEP DISCOUNT. On a much better note, it’s a great time to grab some new snowboard gear.

Shred shops will be packed this Friday November 26th, and your local shop guys will be working their asses off. Rome SDS wants to hook you up, by hooking them up on this busy day.

The first 3 people in each time zone (eastern, central, mountain, and pacific), to email in a photo of themselves are going to get hooked up, but first you have to hook up your shop. Just bring your local shop some coffee, donuts, or maybe even breakfast sandwiches or burritos (if you’re looking for hero status), snap a photo for proof and we’ll hook you up with some Rome SDS Old 561 Mitts if you’re one of the first 3 in your zone.

Email photo proof to winner@romesnowboards.com, and make sure to include your full mailing address as well as your time zone. Worst case scenario is you hook up your local shop with some breakfast goodness and are a little late on the email and don’t win. You’re still hooking up a crew that has most likely hooked you up in the past with the right gear and some high fives.

For more news and Rome SDS happenings keep an eye on romesnowboards.com, facebook.com/romesnowboards and twitter.com/romesds.

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