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Open Thread from wyattPosted June 25th, 2012 12:32 PM
As a community servoice here is my forwecast
As a further service see the job posting!
We are opening a new Billabong store in the Dolphin Mall in Miami and was wondering if we can post a job listing or have you mention it at your next meeting, or both? We are hiring all positions, Full Time and Part Time, and looking for floor managers. The store is slated to open around July 6th and we would like to find people before that date. Now the we will have a presence in Miami, please keep us in mind when planning events and we will do the same. If you have any questions please give me a call or shoot me a email. If you can post the job opportunity please ask people to send resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org
B.C. Surf & Sport/ Billabong
Forecast from bradswellsPosted June 23rd, 2012 10:06 AM
Winds are starting to come up, and this trend looks to continue through at least Sunday/Monday. As the storm in the Gulf moves north, we should see the winds relax. Catching it as the wind drops, or maybe goes sw, will be your best bet for cleaner surf. In the meantime, look for building surf outta the south/southeast. Could get fun!
Forecast from bradswellsPosted June 15th, 2012 09:43 AM
There is a good amount of swell heading towards Florida for the weekend. I'd be surprised if we saw any of that energy make it down to far South Florida, but I'd imagine that the Palm Beaches will have some of this swell.
Unfortunately, this swell comes with onshore winds. The trick will be to stay far south enough to get lesser wind, but north enough to get good sized swell.
I'm guessing that the northern Palm Beach in to the Treasure Coast might be the best bet for clean(er) swell on Saturday and Sunday.
Looking forward, the swell should stick around in to the coming work week. As Pete mentioned, probably a chance for better wind conditions early next week.
Hopefully, you'll be able to find a sweet spot and score some fun waves before summer flatness.
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CELEBRATE INTERNATIONAL SURFING DAY!
WHO: Surfrider Miami, Quicksilver-Lincold Road AND you
What: Beach cleanup and post-cleanup Party
When: Wednesday, June 20, 2012. Cleanup starts at 6pm
After you've done your part, head over to Lincold Road for Refreshments, Give-aways, and surf tunes14th street and the Beach for the cleanup; Party at Quicksilver, 1023 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
Forecast from PetePosted June 10th, 2012 03:41 PM
Anyone watching the Fiji Pro? Unbelievable surfing going on
Florida boys impressing.
Some interesting patterns on the models. First is a low way out SE of Nova Scotia spinning in a few days looking to throw some NE swell our way. Looks like the distance and decay factor will work against us on that one but don't despair, another low develops closer to the East coast late week. This low spins closer to the East coast off the Carolina's and shows some potential. Too far out to really predict but keep your fingers crossed ye shall be rewarded.