Jul 4, 2012
Our good friends over at camp Endeavor just launched a sleek new website celebrating 10 years of making snowboarding look good. What are you waiting for? Check it out www.endeavorsnowboards.com
Easy-to-navigate website gets a facelift for the tenth anniversary
VANCOUVER, BC July 2nd, 2012 – Endeavor Snowboards celebrates 10 years dedicated to the snowboarding experience by launching their new website. They have kept the boards at the forefront and they have kept things simple so riders get what they want, right away.
“Our focus for the site has always been about educating riders on our boards and showcasing the amazing experiences that happen while riding the best boards in the world,” says Max Jenke, Endeavor founder. “We are living in a digital age and as purveyors of products designed to get you out of the house, we are trying to hit that fine balance of inspiring and providing the right information online so people will get off their computers, and get out there and ride.”
One of the founders, Rob Dow, is the chief blogger, keeping things fresh on the site with his insights and musings; while Transworld Snowboarding Magazine Senior Photographer Scott Serfas’ photography makes up the site’s theme and provides downloadable imagery for computer, iPad and iPhone. The Endeavor crew also keeps it easy to connect with them in the social realm with a homepage tab that takes users straight through to their Instagram, Vimeo, YouTube, Twitter and Facebook channels.
The site at www.endeavorsnowboards.com
has all the details on Endeavor's line-up of boards for the winter season 2012/13. Help the Endeavor guys up their Klout scores on Twitter by following @scott_serfas @maxjenke @robdow and of course @endeavorsnow.
ABOUT ENDEAVOR SNOWBOARDS
en-deav-or: v. try hard to do or achieve something. / n. an attempt to achieve a goal / earnest and industrious effort, esp. when sustained over a period of time.
Endeavor Snowboard Design is a Canadian snowboard company based in Vancouver, British Columbia. It was founded in 2002 by pro rider Max Jenke and TransWorld Magazine staff photographer Scott Serfas with the mission of making the best snowboards in the world. For the past ten years, Endeavor has been dedicated to bringing art to snowboard design, working with top artists from all over the world. Snowboarders making snowboards for snowboarders.
MEDIA NOTE: Photography
Endeavor is pleased to allow usage of photography. Please credit: Endeavor Snowboards.