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Star date: 12th December 2010

MUST HAVE CHRISTMAS PRESENTS: Part 3

A SUZUKI METHOD SKATEBOARD
A SUZUKI METHOD NEW YEAR'S EVE PARTY TICKET

Wow! Two Christmas prezzies instantly sorted for fans of Salford's ace band Suzuki Method. First up, the specially commissioned Suzuki Method skateboard – it's real, it's happening and it's available now!

And how about a Suzuki Method New Year's Eve Party ticket for The King's Arms to go with it, for only a tenner?

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Suzuki Method New Year's Eve Party
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The Suzuki Method's top graphics are the perfect compliment to Salford's up and coming band, now signed to the Factory Foundations label (see here). Now those graphics have been branded onto a new specially commissioned Suzuki Method skateboard by top manufacturers, Unabomber.

"It was basically a collaboration with ourselves and Unabomber skateboards" says the Suzuki's Adam "One of their pro riders, Ben Grove, is a big fan of the band and wanted us on his next board. As we are all skateboarders ourselves it's a dream come true!

"Our designer, Grimi, has been commissioned by Unabomber to produce the graphic which everyone loves" he adds "And we're about to film an advert for it in the next few weeks."

The Unabomber Grove Suzuki Method Deck is available for £39.95 at the Note Skate shop on Tib Street, Manchester or online by clicking here.

Meanwhile, if you're not a great fan of skateboards but still love the band why not buy yourself and a loved one a ticket for the Suzuki Method New Year's Eve Party at The King's Arms?

The Party kicks off at 10pm and goes on until 4am. It includes live sets from Suzuki Method and The Black Paths, plus DJ sets from Suzuki Method, The Black Paths, Michelle Zenner, Jonny Abstract, Witchy Bitches, Glenn Leon and more

Advance tickets, price £10 are available from The Kings Arms, Note Skate Shop, or the Suzuki Method facebook page.

 

 

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