Volcom

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What is Volcom known for?

Volcom is a lifestyle brand that designs, markets, and distributes boardsports -oriented products. Volcom is headquartered in Costa Mesa, California, U.S. The brand is known for its trademark stone logo, its slogan True to This, and the Let the Kids Ride Free campaign.

What is @Volcomunity?

Volcomunity is an online space for Volcom ambassadors—singers, models, and designers to blog about their lives. Natalie Suarez, Jennifer Herrema, Billie Edwards, Elle Green, Mike Correia, Stephanie Cherry, Amy Smith, Zoe Grisedale-Sherry and Hannah Logic are Volcom ambassadors.

What kind of clothes does Volcom sell?

Volcom Brand Jeans Snow Mens Womens Kids Outdoor Earth Tripper V.Co Tech Mountain Biking Hiking Sale Outlet Goodbuys! (At Least 50% Off) Mens Sale T-shirts & Tanks Boardshorts & Trunks Shorts Jackets & Vests Hoodies & Jumpers

How many Volcom stores are there in the US?

Volcoms first retail store was opened on November 23, 2002, in Los Angeles. Since then, seven more Volcom stores have opened in the United States, and six more in Canada.

What kind of company is Volcom?

Volcom is a lifestyle brand that designs, markets, and distributes boardsports-oriented products. The company primarily produces clothing, footwear, accessories, and related products for young men and women. Volcom is headquartered in Costa Mesa, California, United States (U.S.).

What does Volcom’s Logo symbolize?

In a simple sentence to understand, the “stone logo” symbolize their support on youth freedom and creativity. The company motto, “Youth against Establishment” is clear vision of their product and lifestyle. Volcom also actively hold a campaign named “Let the Kids Ride Free” for kids to express their talent and gain contest experience.

Why Volcom is the best skateboarding company?

Besides Volcom also provide free product for competitor and free of entry charges. A smart way to advertise their company and also helped those kids to have a good time expressing their talent. Did you know… In 1991, Richard “Wooly” Walcott and Tucker “T-Dawg” Hall founded Volcom that market the surfing, skateboarding and snowboarding products.

What happened to Volcom?

The company has matured internally, but the same philosophy and ethos that spawned the brand continues to fuel the Volcom thinking that flows through its art, music, films, athletes and clothing today.

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