Alan Stokes has come forward to support the Joe Way Paddle for Life and has signed the Relentless surfboard being raffled at Hendra Holiday Park, Newquay’s five star touring and static van accommodation provider.
Alan was involved at the start of Joe’s website in June 2008 when he joined over 50 surfers who stuck the website logo onto their boards. Although Alan will be competing away during the Newquay paddle on the 5th of September his sister Lottie will be flying the flag at the event.
CLICK HERE to see Alan’s interview with The Times to see what makes him tick.
Tom Butler another Newquay legend has endorsed the Paddle for life concept and added his support. Tom took Joe’s Banner out to Sri Lanka to promote Joe’s story and was joined by Alan stokes in spreading the word. Tom and his family have been supporting the Way family with fundraising right from the start.
CLICK HERE to see Tom’s interview with The Times to see what makes him tick.
Ben Skinner who launched the Paddle for life website has just returned from competing in Japan, Ben managed to find the time to explain about Joe’s story and the concept of the Joe Way Paddle for Life to some of worlds top long boarders as well as surfing legend Nat Young.
CLICK HERE to see Skindog competing in Japan.
Joe’s Banner has travelled over 75,000km spreading the Aloha spirit of Joe’s story to inspire others which also has The Precious Lives appeal logo on.
To see Joe’s World Map and where the banner has been CLICK HERE.