Kelly-signed surfboard helps Uncle Project

PICTURED is Mark Gasson with the board.
PICTURED is Mark Gasson with the board.
Byron Bay surfboard shaper, Brett Munro, has donated a surfboard signed by surfing legend, Kelly Slater to the Uncle Project to raise funds for the organisation.
 The sale of the board will raise funds for Uncle and help make a difference to boys in the community, according to Mark Gasson from the Uncle Project.
The board is 6’2’ x 2.0’ x 2 ¼ retro style, new-age performance surfboard with speed fins and comes with leg rope and board cover.
 If there are any buyers keen to snap up the board and help support Uncle, just go to eBay, type in Brett Munro/Kelly Slater and make your bid.

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