- Line-skipping VIP entrance
- A skate pass to the Vans ramp
- Five tickets to the event raffle
- A two-hour board-rental gift certificate
- A limited-edition Daytime Radness T-shirt and bag
- Volcom sticker and Daytime Radness sticker
- Limited edition Daytime Radness Volcom Bag
- VIP Volcom Wrist Band
- $5 to spend at Island Water Sports
An all-day celebration of surfing and skating, Daytime Radness deftly mixes merch, charity, and boarding. A gargantuan sale of Island Water Sports' stock entices pavement- and wave-bound boarders with discounts on clothing and equipment. For guests who like to leave merch acquisition to luck, raffle tickets give attendees the chance to win prizes such as a surfboard signed by tube master Jamie O'Brien or tickets to a Miami Dolphins game. A halfpipe, sponsored by Vans, gives skaters a chance to show off their skills before demos inspire budding skaters with airborne tricks. All proceeds for the event go to charity, both helping with the medical bills of local surfer Brooke Thabit as she recovers from a diving injury and supporting the Christian Skaters organization.
Island Water Sports
The late founder of Island Water Sports, Kirk Cottrell, first opened shop in a humble 500-square-foot space in Pompano Beach in 1978. His legacy continues to thrive more than 30 years later, as his son Cheyne commands a staff of amateur and professional surfers dedicated to spreading Kirk's passion for wave riding through lessons, board repairs, and sales of gear and accessories. Now situated in more than 7,000 square feet of space, the shop facilitates every aspect of the surfing and skating lifestyle. Group surf clinics and surf camps sharpen budding surfers' longboarding chops, and board repairs rid surfboards of dings.