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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-27-2011, 11:14 PM Thread Starter
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Thank you Holiday Inn for my new board haha

Wish this would have happened before I updated my 6 year old UnInc board to a K2 WWW. They put my board on the board rack on the shuttle. Only to find out when I got off they put it on back right corner where their exhaust shoots out right at it. Melted it to the core. So they had to buy me this years model of the WWW. Kinda liked last years graphics better but oh well. Hoping they'll let me keep it and will make a bench out of it...
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Bummer man, glad they stepped up to the plate. But how are you hoping they let you keep your board that they destroyed? Take that shit man!
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Bummer man, glad they stepped up to the plate. But how are you hoping they let you keep your board that they destroyed? Take that shit man!
They are wanting to trade the new board for my old one for their "records". I think they really just don't want me keeping my old board and using it? which it's rideable but matter of time before moisture ruins the board.
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They are wanting to trade the new board for my old one for their "records". I think they really just don't want me keeping my old board and using it? which it's rideable but matter of time before moisture ruins the board.
Naa they don't need records.. they probably want to make a bench out of it!
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Tell them to take pictures for there records, the board has sentimental value too you
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