It’s that time of year again, that’s right, time for the one and only Tampa Pro at Skatepark of Tampa. One of the rawest and most real. Make sure to head to Tampa, Florida for one of skateboarding’s longest-running skateboard events. See your favorite Pros compete for cash money, with over $20,000 up for grabs.
Also can’t forget to mention the Madness Concrete Jam taking place later in the evening in the courtyard. Things get wild, bodies collide, fetuses fly, fireworks flair, and on an occasion, a titty flash or two occurs. Hide yo kids, hide yo wives, and let the chaos and madness ensue.
Performance by Urethane featuring the legendary Steve Caballero immediately following the Concrete Jam. Don’t miss it!
For more details and information head over to Skatepark of Tampa’s website, click here.
First off, welcome to Domain Skateboard Magazine. Some of you may have known us as Domain Premium Apparel. We’ve decided to switch it up and shift our focus to the world of digital media. Specifically, an online magazine focused on the underground skate scene and bringing the latest in skateboarding from across the globe to a device or screen near you. But don’t worry, we’re still going to be offering killer merch for you all.
So let’s kick off with a brief bio, I’ve been a skateboarder for over 20 years. I’ve worked at skate shops on both the east and west coasts. Specifically in Orlando, FL, and Long Beach, CA. I’ve also worked as a skateboard instructor at a skate park in the Metro West area of Orlando. I even got an opportunity to work at a well-known skate park design and build company based out of central Florida. I primarily took care of their social media and marketing. In short, I got paid to write articles and share content.
To no one’s surprise, skateboarding is something that I’m pretty passionate about, so is writing and sharing content. So the decision to combine the two seemed like a no-brainer. This is an idea I’ve had for some time now. Creating a hub for the culture, not only in my local community but across the globe. Highlighting free-thinking individuals, creatives, musicians, artists, writers, and skateboarders. With the goal of bringing attention to names in the subculture you’ve never heard of before.
I’ve owned and operated Domain Premium Apparel since 2012 with a good friend of mine who lives on the West Coast. From the beginning, we’ve always promoted some of the best and rising talent in our local communities. Offering sponsorships and helping them along their paths to success in the industry. We’ve been featured in retailers on both the east and west coasts, and shipped purchases all over the United States from our website. Merging the apparel brand into an online mag is a big change. But it’s one we feel is best and allows us to continue enjoying our passion. It also allows the brand to be more open to who we promote and involve. Our focus is less about exclusivity and sponsorship and more about inclusiveness and community.
We’re looking to build community, culture, and share killer content. Domain Skateboard Magazine is that avenue for us now and we’re grateful to have you join us. We’re excited for what the future holds and we’re grateful for all of our supporters throughout the years. Cheers to this new chapter for Domain and thank you all for reading.
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