2018 Results will be posted the week after the event. Stay tuned…
Results of the 2014 Reduce Reuse Recycle Surf Off held on October 4th, 2014 @ 9th St. in excellent 4-6ft surf.
Kneeboard Division (All Ages):
1st Place: Mike Butler
2nd Place: Eric Peterson
3rd Place: Mike Fernandez
4th Place: Tom Fish
5th Place: Fred Rodriguez
6th Place: Carl Ellery
Groms Division (11 & Under):
1st Place: Justin McCoy
2nd Place: Kolby Aida
3rd Place: Max Lambert
4th Place: Ryan Chalupnik
5th Place: Tyler Legere
6th Place: Luca Coons
Youth Division (12-16):
1st Place: Nichols Holdman
2nd Place: Dustin Voorhees
3rd Place: Garret Shawkey
4th Place: Billy McCoy
5th Place: Chase Voorhees
6th Place: Gabe Kasman
Guys Division (17 & Up):
1st Place: Danny [Dan] Horgan
2nd Place: Casey Wheat [Dogg]
3rd Place: Alex Gullett
4th Place: Jason Russo
5th Place: Chuck Rigano
6th Place: Christian Willerth
Girls Division (All Ages):
1st Place: Kim Hamrock
2nd Place: Amy Geoffroy
3rd Place: Liz Speirs
4th Place: Olivia Bloom
5th Place: Skylar Gassel
6th Place: Jamie Hevauer
Longboard Division (All Ages):
1st Place: Anthony Bartovich
2nd Place: Christian Wilerth
3rd Place: Justin Murphy
4th Place: Jack Duarte
5th Place: Walter Focht
6th Place: Larry Casas
Two awards were given out to HB Councilman and woman Joe Shaw and Connie Boardman for the “Appreciation for your Environmental Support” by the Huntington Beach Surfrider Foundation. If you live in HB and like Clean Beaches and care about the environment, Joe and Connie should be considered to get your vote this upcoming 2014 Election. A personal thanks from the RRR Surf Off for Team HB Sponsoring the Event as well!
Thanks to all the competitors for the great attitudes and excellent surfing all day! Stay up to date on our
facebook page for our next event in 2015. https://www.facebook.com/rrrsurfoff
We’d really like to thank all of our sponsors for making this event “not for profit” and affordable to the competitors as well as educational.
Orange County Clothing Company™ (OCCC) is a Huntington Beach based clothing line focusing on cool and fun designed tees, hoodies, hats and art that embodies the So-Cal, beach lifestyle. OCCC Cool.People
The Bolsa Chica Land Trust was formed in 1992 by a small group of Californians who believed that one of the last standing wetlands ecosystems in Southern California was worth preserving for future generations. The Land Trust now includes more than 5000 members from throughout California and twenty other states.
The Huntington/Seal Beach Surfrider Foundation is a non-profit environmental organization dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of the world’s oceans, waves and beaches for all people, through conservation, activism, research and education.
Jacks Surfboards is a cool, old school surf shop featuring a large selection of surfboards, wetsuits, clothing, sunglasses, footwear
101 Main St Huntington Beach, CA (714) 536-4516
We will maximize the long-term value of Rainbow for its employee owners by exceeding our customers’ and partner communities’ expectations. We will become recognized as the national leader in landfill diversion, recycling and near zero waste environmental solutions, while cultivating a work environment of safety, ethics and innovation.
Team HB: We need experienced leaders who put the interests of Huntington Beach residents and businesses first. Re-elect Joe Shaw & Connie Boardman
Elect Mark Bixby
Who are we? Well, we seek out the finest natural and organic foods available, maintain the strictest quality standards in the industry, and have an unshakeable commitment to sustainable agriculture. Add to that the excitement and fun we bring to shopping for groceries, and you start to get a sense of what we’re all about. Oh yeah, we’re a mission-driven company too.
Huntington Beach, CA 92647
Beachside Recycling Center is a direct recycler. Here at Beachside Recycling part of our mission is to minimize landfill usage.
Unlike most other recycling facilities that just buy and resell recycled goods we make products using YOUR recycled materials!
8601 Edison Ave.
Huntington Beach, CA 92646
Jose Solorio for State Senate, SD 34
As your Community College Trustee and former State Assemblyman, I would be honored to represent you in the State Senate. I am running for the 34th Senate District, which includes all or parts of the communities of Anaheim, Fountain Valley, Garden Grove, Huntington Beach, Long Beach, Los Alamitos, Midway City, Rossmoor, Santa Ana, Seal Beach and Westminster.
More Than Just Office Supplies.
Staples in HB was cool enough to sponsor us this year with recycled paper entry forms!!! Shop Staples for office supplies, technology, printer ink, furniture, cleaning supplies, copy & print services, coffee and more.
7131 Yorktown Ave,
Huntington Beach, CA 92648
Phix Doctor Fiberglass Repair Products and accessories. Our mission is simple, to offer you cost effective and environmentally responsible solutions to get you back in the water fast, no matter where you happen to be. Committed to being the greenest choice you can make, Phix Doctor uses flexible packaging that’s more efficient when it comes to shipping, storing and landfill impact, reducing our carbon footprint to 1/23rd of the rigid plastic containers used by our competitors. Phix Doctor also reclaims fiberglass cutaways discarded from the manufacturing process of our areas surfboard and SUP manufacturers. And we are proud to say that over half of our products are styrene free and boast an endless shelf life – reducing your exposure to dangerous chemicals and extending the shelf life of our products that cause waste due to premature hardening. We also donate a percentage of our online sales to Surfrider.
Twice recognized at the SIMA Image Awards as the 2007 and 2010 Footwear Product of the Year, Sanuk makes creatively inspired and distinctively designed footwear for the global outdoor community. Taking its name from the Thai word for fun, the brand is best known for its Sidewalk Surfers. These closed-toe sandals are often referred to as “Not-A-Shoes” for their patented construction, which allows your feet to bend and flex in natural comfort.
17th Street Board Shop is a grass roots surf and skate shop located in downtown Huntington Beach.
414 17th St, Huntington Beach, CA 92648
We highly believe in the surf/shaper relationship. Along with scanned models, DMZ shapes by hand and shaping appointments are available by request. So get in touch! Email us at : firstname.lastname@example.org or…
If you’d like to connect with a human voice, call us at 714.274.5670
Located in Huntington Beach, CA, The Pegasus School is an independent elementary school for grades Pre-K – Grade 8. Pegasus is dedicated to academic excellence and to the development of lifelong learners who are confident, caring, and courageous.
19692 Lexington Ln, Huntington Beach, CA 92646
Main & PCH is all about living and loving local in Huntington Beach. Here you’ll discover an assortment of stories, photos and videos of the people and places that make our nook of the universe so incredibly unique. There will never be a shortage of inspiring stories to share, and for that reason we focus on the good—the artistry, the gatherings and the creative community of our friends and neighbors.
When we asked, “If you could make Primo Beer better, what would you do?” The overwhelming response was “make it lighter, more refreshing, with a cleaner finish.” So that is exactly what we did. Using the original ingredients from when it was first brewed in 1897, we took the liquid back to its roots and made a highly sessionable, everyday beer. Primo is a large supporter of the Surfrider Foundation and helping spread the word about clean beaches. Primo would like to remind everyone to drink responsibly.
People Water is not a charity or a non-profit organization. We’re a for-profit, cause-based business, committed to alleviating the global water crisis. We’re a double-bottom-line company. That means that we believe that success goes beyond just turning a profit. We feel we have a responsibility to make a positive impact on our world and community.
When a well is put into a community it changes everything. No more drinking dirty water, no more long exhausting walks for women and children, and most importantly, the people of the village can be healthier. At People Water it doesn’t matter to us whether we are building a new well or fixing a broken one. The only thing that matters is that PEOPLE are getting clean water and with that clean water a chance to live a better life. That’s why we do what we do, and that’s why we drink what we drink: People Water. So have a drink with us. And together let’s change the world.
Four Sons Brewing is a family owned and operated micro-brewery located in Huntington Beach, California (aka Surf City). Our family includes parents Duke and Daune Dufresne and, as you might have guessed by now, their four sons — Deven, Derek, Drew and Dustin. You can also see why we have been known over the years as the “D Family”, or simply “The D’s”.
Four Sons Brewing came to the rescue and is letting us hold our Eco-Artshow & Award Ceremonies at their Brewery on Oct. 4th at 6pm.
18421 Gothard St, Huntington Beach, CA 92648
NGO’s we Support:
Shiply Nature Center is not officially a sponsor of the RRR Surf Off, but we wanted to support them anyway.
Shipley Nature Center, 18-acres of California Native Habitat located in Huntington Beach Central Park. The Friends of Shipley Nature Center, a nonprofit organization, manage this lovely site as an example of native habitat, water conservation and wildlife refuge.
“Drains to Ocean” is a grass roots organization committed to educating the youth about the importance of keeping our gutters clean and free from trash so that it does not reach our beaches. [street cleanups]
Water Conservation City of Huntington Beach
Striving to educate and inspire the public to foster long term sustainable, water wise attitudes and practices!
R4RD is not officially a sponsor of the RRR Surf Off, but we wanted to support them anyway.
R4RD A group of concerned citizens felt that the community was not being represented as the City of Huntington Beach and the local water districts began negotiations with Poseidon Resources. Our primary goal and objectives: To prevent the Poseidon Desalination plant in Huntington Beach.