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Rootamental hand painted C+C WEDDING signs made from reclaimed materials found on the Moore compound.
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This is my favorite family and was the greatest honor to be included. Thank you Chad & Chelsea Moore.

Enjoy the love of the most beautiful #ahishells wedding (click on pics for slideshow):

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BLAZE SYKA

SBLAZEhout out for Rootamental guy Blaze Syka check out: blazesyka.com This guy is talented hire him while you still can.
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Road to SK8PRK

SLUG A SLO Movement Zine

Notice the BACON SKATEBOARDS phone number 805)549.9764 recognize it? Yep Rootamental’s number since 1993 thats because we were the founders: Scott, Joel, Ethan, & Orr back in the early 2000’s

We at Rootamental started working towards a SLO SK8 PRK since back in 2001/’02ish. In the second issue of SLUG …A SLO MOVEMENT ZINE #2 we interview Heidi the director of Skate Park Association-USA to find out “HOW DO WE GET A PERMANENT SKATEPARK IN OUR TOWN” Check out the image below for the complete how to list.  Continue reading

Sout Pa’a

Rootamental’s San Luis Obispo Skate Products “SLO SK8 PRO” is humbled, grateful and proud that the most amazing Sign Artist around hand painted a SLO Deck to help us raise FUNds for community SK8NITE events we are planning.

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Southpaw Sign Comapny’s “SOUT PA’A” Sean Beauchamp

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SLO SK8 NITE

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Ferrell Hapgood

About 30 years ago we started this concept skate night. Basically, we were hanging out and had to do something with the excess of energy young people have. At night there are a fraction of the cars on the road as the day so this opens up a whole new world of fun and physical expression thanks to the skateboard. Continue reading

A&P

Long before there was Walmart, there was The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co., a giant retailer that used its scale to bring down prices while earning the scorn of independent retailers and the wrath of politicians.

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Brothers George and John A. Hartford opened the first A&P Economy Store in 1912. This storefront photo dates from around 1915. (Hartford Family Foundation)

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