“Exposure Skate is meaningful to me because it’s not only is great for the professionals and amateur girls but it also helps all the new girls who our coming into our sport and making it bigger and better for everybody! This event also give back to the community and inspire people to do great things.”
Jordyn BarrattProfessional Skateboarder, Exposure participant since 2012
“Just as impactful as the growing number of women skateboarding today is the incredible talent they have. And nowhere is all of this more evident than at Exposure, which really has become the premier event for women’s skateboarding. To see so much talent from every corner of the globe, all in one place, is incredible. It’s such a positive experience, the fact that all of the competitors happen to be women becomes incidental.”
Miki VuckovichExecutive Director, Tony Hawk Foundation
“Exposure brings together fathers, brothers, sisters, daughters, mothers, and friends in unified awareness of family violence, one of the leading causes of homicide in San Diego County. Information saves lives. This event saves lives.”
Suzanne ColbyDirector of Resource Development at SAY San Diego
“What Exposure is doing for girls skateboarding is amazing. It’s amazing having these positive role models and influencers in my daughter’s life.”
Josh KerrProfessional Surfer
“Exposure is an essential platform of information for Prevention and Education of the issues of Domestic Violence.The funds raised each year have provided support funds for CRC’s Children’s Therapeutic Center (TCC) to receive healing from the trauma they have suffered, essential clothing for school, school supplies and family recreational outings. EXPOSURE’s funds have made all the difference for these children who are fragile.”
Rebecca PalmerDirector of Programs, Community Resource Center’s Carol’s House
“Girls were RIPPING at Exposure 2016″
Tony Hawkvia Social Media
“I am so impressed by EXPOSURE Skate. EXPOSURE Skate gets girls active and feeling good about themselves, and, through its generous donation to Community Resource Center, demonstrates the importance of helping others.”
Dave RobertsFormer County Supervisor
“The fastest growing demographic in skateboarding is women. Exposure continues to lead the way.”
Andy MacPro Skateboarder
“I was able to go to EXPOSURE last year for the first time. I was so cool for me to see how many girls are coming up in the skate world and know that things like this will secure a future for my daughters if they choose to skate like me! It’s a beautiful thing to see girls pushing the sport and some doing it while in a tutu!”
“EXPOSURE is a wholesome family event, providing the opportunity for female skaters to shine!”
Marilee GorhamRecreation Superintendent, City of Encinitas
EXPOSURE® is a nonprofit dedicated to empowering women through skateboarding. We create opportunities for women by organizing events that provide all-female Professional and Amateur skateboarding competitions, learn-to-skate clinics and wellness education. Proceeds from our events support survivors of domestic violence.
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