…LOST Releases Limited Edition College Skateboard Collection
PRESS RELEASE: Irvine, Calif., (September 2013) - …LOST Enterprises is excited to announce the release of Kampus Kruisers, a collegiate collection of limited edition skateboards which has launched for fall 2013.
The custom-made skateboards have been designed for nine national college campuses, including the University of Colorado, University of Washington, New York University, Louisiana State University, University of California, University of Alabama, University of Southern California, University of Texas and the University of Florida.
The Kampus Kruisers collection consists of two styles, each with graphics tailored to their respective schools. The Minigun is 44" long x 9.5", retails for $189 and is a distance covering, speed-beast that is easy to ride and perfect for flying to class at mach speed. The second board is the Mini Rocket, which is 28" long x 9.5' wide and retails at $149. It is small enough to sit under your desk or strap onto your backpack.
Each style incorporates all of the traditional college colors, authentic school spirit and school logos.
The limited edition Kampus Kruisers will be distributed in campus book stores, Zumiez and Fanatics.com.
To learn more about the Kampus Kruisers Collection, visit www.lostenterprises.com.
ABOUT ...LOST ENTERPRISES:
Lost began in 1985 when Matt Biolos and a bunch of school friends were into snowboarding at Mt. Baldy, skateboarding at the Pipeline in Upland, and surfing in Dana Point. They were “team lost”. Thus the name …lost scribbled on books, t-shirts, benches, tables and eventually clothing. Matt’s friends had been telling him for years to put the word Lost and his art on tees and try to sell them. By 1992, Matt began putting his art on T-Shirts with a …LOST logo. His roommate Mike Reola, a recent business school graduate, helped him handle the business side of things and they both worked on developing a plan to slowly grow and market the company with little or no money. Matt Biolos and Mike Reola, while running the company with partner Joel Cooper, continue to oversee every aspect of the business. Lost is one of the last privately owned and controlled Surf and Skate brands.