New NJ-based, East Coast Magazine: Rambler Surf Mag

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  1. URN_Surf_Company

    URN_Surf_Company Member

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    Feb 9, 2018
    http://urnsurfco.com/shop/rambler-surf-magazine-spring-2018-edition/

    The third installment of the Rambler Surf Magazine is here and ready for our readers. This one is without-a-doubt the best we've come up with. We've had such an amazing response from photographers, writers, and surfers.

    If you tried reading us so far, try again. You'll like this one even more.

    If you have not tried reading Rambler, I implore that you do. With your small purchase, you can ensure that a print forum is available for East Coast surfers for years to come. Please head to our website to support us. Thank you, Happy Summer.

    http://urnsurfco.com/
     
  2. SCOB3YVILLE

    SCOB3YVILLE Well-Known Member

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    Nov 16, 2016
    Are you buoys from Philly?
     

  3. JawnDoeski

    JawnDoeski Well-Known Member

    Aug 11, 2014
    They got a philly jack number and there selling shots of Tres Palmas breaking for 10 clams

    Trickyyyyyyy
     
  4. Barry Cuda

    Barry Cuda Guest

    yawwwnnnnn.........Zzzzz......Zzzzzz.......
     
  5. Zippy

    Zippy Well-Known Member

    Nov 16, 2007
    Anyone remember (The Sand Paper) "a slightly gritty little paper that might rub you the wrong way" ? That was a True NJ based magazine I published back in the mid nineties. It was pretty awful but I did have 75 subscribers that paid $10 a year, came out twice a month, lol! I need to dig up some of those and upload them.
     
  6. JawnDoeski

    JawnDoeski Well-Known Member

    Aug 11, 2014
    Oh Barry nobody really cares aboot a fictional persona you created on this here surf predictin' website


    I know your really proud of everyone praising you as swell infos numba one moron but you really need fall back a lot of times instead of putting on your front of superiority and regurgitating your goo goo search results


    Upon further inspection Montgomery County PA

    Ah Zippy they used to have them sand dollars at surfs unlimited and the pier 18 mall shop back in the day
     
  7. Zippy

    Zippy Well-Known Member

    Nov 16, 2007
    No way! That can't be my mag, I don't think I ever sent out more than 10 at a time to one place. I think I had a free version in three shops, but for the life of me I can't remember which. Whatever shops they were in, they were the shops off the beaten path, not the busy beach front shops, I never had the nerve to try to get them in those. I imagined that the mag would get so big they would be begging to get it. Folded it up long before that and even refunded some subscription $$ when I got burned out from the whole ordeal. It's a good memory for me though!
     
  8. JawnDoeski

    JawnDoeski Well-Known Member

    Aug 11, 2014
    Nah they were mags that employees or customers would leave in the shop for others to check out. I distinctly remember thumbing through a couple of them at Surf Unlimited(RIP) on the Long Buried Island
     
  9. URN_Surf_Company

    URN_Surf_Company Member

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    Feb 9, 2018
    yes, some of us
     
  10. URN_Surf_Company

    URN_Surf_Company Member

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    Feb 9, 2018
    why tricky?
     
  11. metard

    metard Well-Known Member

    Mar 11, 2014
    good luck dude.

    print media is dying (rip surfing magazine). social media has taken over. branding and product fatigue will always be a challenge in the surf industry. eh-specialy in the surf "fashion" industry. (volcom, quicksilver, body glove, hot tuna, gotcha, etc).

    see that y'all got clothing, prints and a magazine. i hope you guys are successful, i really do but it seems like y'all are pushing those products and i don't see anything the average 14 yr old grommet wants. you know they are the ones keeping shops afloat these days. kids with mommy and daddies money to spend. its like you have the sears business model going on.
     
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