Very happy to announce our newest retail partner and Venue Rack participant, Programme Skate & Sound, based out of Fullerton California. The shop has been around for about 3 years now and has been an integral piece to the constantly developing area. Located right around the corner from Cal State Fullerton, the shop sees a very wide range of clientele. It serves many purposes depending on the type of person you are. It is your go to shop for finding the right fit for the night…Programme is the local skate shop where you purchase your first complete set and learn how to use an Allen wrench for the first time…its the destination for the nostalgic music lover, with its own curated selection of Vinyl Records and CD’s.
This is a shot of Chris, one of the owners of the shop. Part of what gives the store so much character, and opens the door to such a wide range of customers are Chris’s partners. Pro Skater Fabrizio Santos, and lead singer of the punk band Death by Stereo, Efrem Schulz. Its a great place to shop, discover new brands, hang out and talk music, like we were able to do last week.
I was very excited to have them out to the show this past January, and was even more excited when they picked up a couple of our exhibitors, and expressed interest in working with us further. If you look closely at the photo above, you can see the Versalution set up right next to that awesome half pipe display. And that is just what you get as a retailer coming into our show. A new marketplace, filled with exciting, talented new brands. We may not be a show for everybody, but we are THE show for those who want to take advantage of what we have to offer. So thank you again Chris for having us, can’t wait to have you back in July. Really looking forward to having a Venue Rack here.
“Programme is a skate and music shop open in the city of Fullerton. Started by pro skater Fabrizio Santos, Efrem Schulz of the bands Death by Stereo and Manic Hispanic, Chris Gronowski and Kevin Fewell in early 2011, PROGRAMME SKATE & SOUND is combining all things skate with the world of vinyl records and CDs.”
Located at: 2495 E. Chapman Fullerton, CA 92831