ESA announces Surfer Dudes as Presenting Sponsor

February 3, 2018 – The Eastern Surfing Association (ESA) is excited to announce that Surfer Dudes® will be the presenting sponsor for all of the ESA’s post-season championship events for 2018 and 2019, including The Easterns®. As the world’s largest amateur surfing organization, ESA just celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2017. Its continued goal to introduce competitive surfing to various demographics, including younger groms along the east coast, Great Lakes and Gulf Coast of Florida, makes Surfer Dudes and ESA a great match.

Surfer Dudes is the world’s first self-righting self-surfing toy powered by waves – no batteries required, just the energy found in surf. Named Outdoor Toy of the Year in 2015 by Toy and Hobby Retailer Industry Awards, Surfer Dudes are the World’s First Surf Boomerang®.

Jordan Reardon, COO of Surfer Dudes, said, “Surfer Dudes is particularly thrilled by the family atmosphere ESA creates. It’s common to see two and three generations together at their events. After all, the beach and surf are great places for families to be together…for both the young at heart and young in age.”

Michelle Sommers, ESA’s executive director agrees, “We are thrilled to have Surfer Dudes on the beach at our premier events to offer our competitors, and their family members, a fun, interactive experience.”

The Orlando-based company will be on the beach at all four championship events beginning with the ESA’s Southeast Regional Surfing Championship April 20-22 in Melbourne Beach, Florida.

Sommers added, “Surfer Dudes wants to be involved at every level within the ESA. We are working together to figure out how to best have Surfer Dudes participate in as many local events as possible.”

More about Surfer Dudes® Surfer Dudes are the World’s First (and Only!) Surf Boomerang!®, an engaging interactive toy that lets families and youngsters enjoy the surf and beach together. For more information about Surfer Dudes, visit them at

For the ESA’s 2018 championship schedule, please visit

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