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2nd Anniversary Giveaway

November 11, 2013

Aloha kakou, Inu A Kena ohana!

As posted in my previous entry, this week marks the second anniversary of this site, and I’m giving away a special item to commemorate the occasion: it’s an Inu A Kena skate deck! Although I don’t skate much these days, I used to shred daily as a grom. I even worked at a couple of skate shops when I was in high school, so handing out skate decks is second nature for me. Here’s the description from the manufacturer of this retro deck:

“Cali 70’s flashback shape with a pointed nose and tapered tail. Perfect for gyrating down the boardwalk and head dippin’ tube rides under the palm trees. The best quality hard-rock maple and an unrivaled patent-pending printing process make this the best skateboard available in the world.”

Here’s a photo, the graphic is the same as the site’s header image:


Want a chance to win? Just post a comment below and tell me what you’d do with the deck. I’ll pick a winner on Thursday and you’ll have your prize in no time via UPS.

Wishing you pomaika’i (good luck)!


11 Comments leave one →
  1. November 11, 2013 11:58 am

    I definetly would hang that board for dekoration on a wall of my “lounge”. Love your blog, would be an honour to present this in my bar.

  2. Sother Teague permalink
    November 11, 2013 12:56 pm

    I’d strap some Independent Trucks on it with some Spitfire wheels and thrash the streets of New York! Cheers!

  3. Jason Alexander permalink
    November 11, 2013 1:13 pm

    I too would hang it in my bar or maybe a serving tray for rum flights

  4. Gil Batzri permalink
    November 11, 2013 3:15 pm

    It would go on the wall of the sneaki tiki, when it is constructed.

  5. November 12, 2013 3:21 pm

    My friend, Everett, has started a skateboarding program at his school in Red Deer, Alberta, where he is a counsellor. This program is a chance to teach students not only how to skateboard, but how to build and design them, as well. It was his chance to try something new – engage hard-to-reach students in a new way. This program is likely the only one of its kind in Canada; there is some thought that it is in some schools in the United States. It coincides with The City of Red Deer recently constructing a 21,000 square foot skate park near the school, in a part of the city that had few amenities.

    I would donate this skate deck to the program, with the hope that it would give a kid the chance to learn how to skateboard (as I don’t skateboard myself).

    You can read more on Everett and his program here (from our local newspaper:

    Thanks, and all the best. Love the rum reviews.


  6. Sun permalink
    November 12, 2013 3:22 pm

    Bedside bar for my agricole rum collection!

  7. November 12, 2013 3:25 pm

    I would probably drink some rum to get my courage up to learn to skate, probably get too drunk because I have a large collection of good rum, wake up the next day hung over and try again without the rum after having learned my lesson.

  8. November 12, 2013 3:38 pm

    I’d put it on the wall of my tiki bar next to a bunch of jungle vines and parrots and snakes and tikis and torches…

  9. tannon permalink
    November 13, 2013 12:07 pm

    after taking a ride down the hill in front of my house I would strap it to the ceiling in my home rum bar and have my friend paint a mural around it…a conversation starter for sure

  10. November 13, 2013 2:57 pm

    I’ve been thinking bars with mirrors are very cliche! Skate decks behind the bar…. Yeah, That’s Kahuna Style!

  11. Lukas Heumann permalink
    November 14, 2013 2:31 am

    Hi, I would like to hang the board on the wall for decration in a friends “lounge”. Would be an honour for him an me to present this.
    Greetings Lukas

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