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Malakye interviews Joe Conway

February 03, 2010 | Words By: Howard

joe_conwayNorth American Edition Editor Joe Conway was interviewed by Malakye.com, the action sports industry career news wire.



Joe speaks candidly about our mission, our passion, the state of the surf industry and my pint-supping abilities. I’ve been interviewed in the past by Phoresia, but I think Joe more clearly coveys our direction, what surfers are looking for and the status quo of an industry seeking a new direction.

Have a read at Malakye.com

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