Hello Stand Up Paddlers - Live Love SUP 2.0 is here!

January 05, 2018

Hello Stand Up Paddlers - Live Love SUP 2.0 is here!

Over the past year we have learned that patience is definitely a virtue and good things take time to create, plan and execute especially when 2 kids are in tow. It's been many months in the making, but we're are excited to be officially launching our new website and our latest version of Live Love SUP 2.0.

It's always been about the community and our focus on coming together for the love of SUP. And this new re-launch of the Live Love SUP brand will be no different. You've joined us in the past to help bring clean water to those in need and we can't wait for you to join us on our next journey. We're also excited to be offering new apparel, goods and posters to our SUP community near and far to enjoy. Follow us, reach out, get in touch and let us know.. where do you #livelovesup ?






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