Posts by Alex Sherrer on InstagramSponsors: Gatorland, Mongoose, Airspeed, Z-roller trucks, TailDevils, Nike SB
Hometown: Tampa FL
Stance: Goofy, Age: ?, Status: Pro
Notes: Alex has been around since the park opened and is a Mother Fucking Legend.
Last Update: Saturday, November 28, 2015View the full Alex Sherrer Skater Profile.
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I was looking through a few papers in an old box from my grandmothers house. I came across this letter from 1948. It was thanking my grandfather for the work he had done in a play a week prior. It is just crazy the effort that was put into thanking people such a long time ago. Nowadays THANKS gets lost and it seems common place to just accept things the way they are and not go out of your way to say it. I wish we could go back to a time like this.
As of today I have worked my last shift @spottampa and I am starting a career with @nike At the skatepark I have learned a lot about how to treat people and how to grow personally. It is not the contests I have worked, not the 20 hour shifts, not all the parties that have made it fun. It is the friends that I have worked with that have made me who I am. Over the past two weeks I have heard numerous times ,"I don't know what we are going to do without you." All the texts, calls, and hugs have me choking up as I write this. I cannot thank everyone enough for the memories I have made. I LOVE EVERYONE OF YOU!! @um8kmeflutter @sambellipanni @jonicoocho @derickglancy @bfd_bob @chickenlivers @warzawfactory @mikahcollins @doctorblowtorch @cailaburke @theskateboardmuseum @ian337 @tomcat_yc @crissspyyy @ericmckenney @ceereitz @hidefjoe @shredduh @dirtfacekillah @frankbranca @michiecanuck @g1mpy @chrismonte @whit_larsen @lukepallone @longlivethedirtysouth @marinonicastro @coolaskthem @jackloktu @savedbylime @rtclem @porpe @meronek @justinsworld @djdragan_ @dalyretrospective
For about 25 years I have driven by this rock pile and say "With respect Chief Duck". Until this year I didn't know if it was just a myth that my Grandpa had told me about. Each time we drove by he would say it and make us say the same exact thing or he would stop the car. Now I know it wasn't a thing of legend.