What Would You Name Your Skateboard Company?
Posted on Friday, November 30, 2001 by PROMOTION
Have you ever dreamed of owning your own skateboard company? Everyone probably does at some point. Our new contest giveaway is this: What would you name your skateboard company? Also, describe what you think the logo would look like. The top two most creative submissions will get a DVS Shoe Certificate good for a free pair of DVS shoes. Submit your entries below. Make sure to leave a real email address or we won't be able to notify you that you've won.
Sorry for the wait, but we've finally picked a couple of winners. Thanks to all of the participants; it was fun as well as entertaining. Email email@example.com to claim your prize.
WINNER NUMBER ONE - FREE DVS SHOE CERTIFICATE: (WENT INTO A LOT OF DETAIL, REASONABLY COOL NAME)
Posted by McGrathshwtime1@ao.com on 11/30/2001 10:10:00 PM
If i had my own skate company i would name it Quest Skateboards because i feel its one of those strange type of company names but yet its a good name as an insperation to kids out there.(im sure there parents wouldnt mind the name either,cha-ching)plus its one of those skatebord distributor companys that sound good when you say it kind of like Habitat.
LOGO:The logo for he company would be a picture of a hobo holding a sign up that says "Quest,i did"on it in front of a massive L.A. intersection with many roads.(It would be kind of like one of tos rebel companys like Shortys,Hook-Us,and Baker. -Thanks for reading this Peace.... By the way I NEED NEW SHOES!!!
WINNER NUMBER TWO - FREE DVS SHOE CERTIFICATE: (JUST FOR PICKING A COOL NAME)
Posted by firstname.lastname@example.org on 11/30/2001 10:50:00 PM
If i had my own company it would be named distance. My board would look like a person in the sky looking down at America
FIRST RUNNER UP - FREE ONE-YEAR THRASHER AND SLAP SUBSCRIPTION: (KIND OF A BUSTED NAME, BUT GREAT EFFORT AND DETAIL WITH PRETTY GOOD GRAMMAR)
Posted by email@example.com on 12/16/2001 12:12:00 PM
If I had my own skate/shoe company I would name it ICE, because me and my two friends would be in charge because, I don't think I'd be able to handle all the work. I would name it ICE for Ian, Chase, and Erik. I would put Chase as the designer, because he can draw really good. Ian would be the model because he is a clothes fanatic. And I would OK the board graphics because I "think" I know what people like on the bottom of a board. I would make sure the graphic isn't too overcrowded, like most Brigade boards. Our "Team" board would board would have big bubble letters, spelling "ICE", taking up the whole board. The "I" would be tilted to the left. The "C" would be centered with a star in the middle of the letter. And the "E" would be tilted to the right. The whole work has a line under it. All of the letters and the star have diamonds on themand are the color silver. Of us three I am the only one to start my own graphic. It is a big brown bear rockin' a huge platinum necklace saying "ICE" in diamonds. The team board and the bear borad would come in two sizes: 7.825 x 31.725 and 7.5 x 31, because we all like to ride diiferent sizes. They wolud also have steep noses and tails. They would be a very durable 7 ply board that isn't heavy.
Our shoes would be the most durable shoes out there. They would have air pads in the heel, like the DVS HUFS (comfortable). The would have an already shoe-gooed toe cap, that doesn't look like $h!t. It would have hiiden lace hoops and the normal kind. It will have very strong sole because I get mad when my sole wears off really fast. They would come in colors such as, red/black/gum sole, red/black/red sole, black/gray/gum sole, white/gray/gray sole and black/orange/black sole. They would also come in every size possible. After getting our name out we would start making other skate acsesorries, such as hardware, griptape, risers, wheels, trucks, socks, shirts, shorts/pants. So pretty much everything. then we would make a lot more graphics. Having my/our own company would be my/our dream. Please pick me. Thanks!! Your Pal, ERIK