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Eat Sleep Surf Launches Surf Trips in Los Angeles, CA


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Eat Sleep Surf, founded by Quinn Carson, has launched their surf trips and surfing lessons in Los Angeles, California and has become the first Adventure OutTM Affiliate in Southern California.

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) August 20, 2014

Eat Sleep Surf has announced their launch and will be providing surf trips in Los Angeles for the remainder of the summer season. Eat Sleep Surf is the first surf school in LA to offer overnight surf adventure trips. Owner and founder Quinn Carson created the idea to share one of the favorite Southern California activities in a new and unique new way.

These overnight trips are designed to follow the SoCal surfing lifestyle at its bare roots - roadtripping to Southern Californias famous surf breaks, barbequing and camping out at the areas famous state parks, then waking up to do it all over again. Eat Sleep Surfs mission is to shed light on the culture and lifestyle of surfers while encouraging people to get out and experience the wide open spaces of Southern California.

Eat Sleep Surf is also the first Adventure OutTM affiliate in Southern California. Adventure Out has been around for over a decade and is the largest outdoor school and guide service on the West Coast. The Adventure Out Affiliate Program trains new outdoor guides & instructors, and helps new programs such as East Sleep Surf to open their doors and operate at the highest levels of quality and professionalism.

Eat Sleep Surf ran its first camping trip on Wednesday, August 13 and trips will continue every other Wednesday through the month of September. Plans for next summer are to include weekend trips, and to offer a surf and rock climbing combination experience. For more information, visit

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