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Surf Park Summit Announces 2022 Panels and Sessions

Surf Park Summit is the most exclusive and largest networking and insider event for the booming surf park industry, with a heavy focus on the latest wave technologies, park developments, and the future of surfing. This year, the event runs from October 16-18 at Scripps Seaside Forum in San Diego, CA, and it’s on track to be our biggest event yet as interest and activity around surf parks and wave technology companies continue to grow.

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A panel at Surf Park Summit 2021

This year’s lineup includes panels on marketing, park development, project feasibility, technological advancements, and much more. Talks with leaders in the industry will also focus on creating world-class experiences for surf park visitors and innovation and progress surrounding sustainability.

Speakers from this year’s event include big-name surfers like Shane Beschen and CJ and Damien Hobgood, as well as industry leaders like Paul Chutter of Endless Surf, Damon Tudor with URBNSURF, Seán Young from Wavegarden and more. 

Surf Park Summit kicks off Sunday, October 16, with an exclusive VIP event, followed by two days of panel sessions and technology showcases. Click here for a complete rundown of the panels and sessions.

Don’t miss out on this year’s event. Register for Surf Park Summit today!

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