Originally established as a means to support the skateboard truck company in 1981, Thrasher is long-standing, and unquestionably, the best skateboard magazine ever to exist. Predominantly, composed of articles relating to skateboarding and music.
In addition to a website comprising various segments, Thrasher has further invested in its name by holding and administering an indoor skateboarding center. Also, the company launched a skateboarding contest that goes by the name "King of the Road" in 2013. Furthermore, the skateboarders Tony Alva and Steve Caballero were members of the Californian punk bands that starred in the music compilation series released by Thrasher known as Skate Rock.
Soon after its launch, Thrasher turned out to be the most eminent magazine in the skateboarding world. And as time goes by, Thrasher is only becoming more compelling and authoritative. So big that Thrasher's mantra, "Skate and Destroy" is inked and tatted-up on skateboarders' skin throughout the world in conjunction with its trendy clothing line mainly consisting of t-shirts, snapback hats, hoodies, shorts, sweatpants, and tank tops.
Models such as Molly Bair, Sarah Brannon, Binx Walton, and Lexi Boling and many others around the world are a big fan of Thrasher clothing. And its merchandise sales are seen to be skyrocketing over the years.
Fortunately, at Empire Skate, a go-to place for international skateboard and streetwear labels, you can buy Thrasher clothing locally at competitive prices. And for all intents and purposes, studies demonstrated distinct benefits in buying locally.
For starters, buying locally in New Zealand entails that the money doesn't flow out of our economy. Therefore, naturally, the circulation of money in the country increases, enabling more people to benefit from it within the community. Consequently, advancing the employment sphere and standard of living in the country.
Since local businesses pay taxes in New Zealand, your money is put to use for more elevated aspirations, within the country, such as upgrading infrastructure and funding other critical initiatives. Nevertheless, overseas-companies, push money out of the local economy. Hence, it is, in your capacity to buy local and support New Zealand to prosper and flourish.
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