Daytime Radness || Friday, October 23rd, 2015 || 5:00 AM – 9:00 PM || Free Admission
Island Water Sports presents the 5th annual Daytime Radness, celebrating the local surf & skate culture in Deerfield Beach for the past 36 years.
Daytime Radness, which started as just an end of year sale for Island Water Sports has now become a Deerfield Beach tradition. Through Daytime Radness, IWS has been able to donate over $60,000 n the past 3 years to Deerfield Beach residents facing medical or financial hardships.
What can you expect to see at Daytime Radness?
Pro surfers and skaters signing autographs
The largest sale on surf and skate items in South Florida
The Vans mini-ramp and skate park
World premiere of the Volcom movie “Psychic Migrations “
Interactive experiences with surf and skate brands like Quiksilver, Gopro, Volcom,
Stance, Electric, Vans & more
Raffle Prizes including: surfboards, Miami Heat tickets, Dolphins tickets, Sunglasses,
skateboards, beach getaways and more
This year we are blessed to benefit Deerfield Beach resident, 24 year old Carly Magnuson. Carly was diagnosed with Friedreich Ataxia when she was 5 years old. Friedreich's Ataxia is an autosomal recessive disease that causes progressive damage to the nervous system and motor skills. Carly grew up being able to surf and swim but as her condition progresses every day activates have become very challenging. Carly is in a wheelchair now and continues to struggle with the changes she is facing with Friedreich’s Ataxia, which currently has no cure. Carly’s passionate about finding a cure for her condition and has already taken part in 3 exhausting clinical trials. Carly’s dad, Lee Magnuson is her full time caretaker and has retired after being the Captain of the Deerfield Beach lifeguards for over 35 years. This year our goal is to raise $20,000 for the Magnusson family. Monies raised will go towards an ADA vehicle, making traveling to and from doctor’s visits easier on Carly and the family. Carly also wants a portion of the proceeds to go directly toward Friedrich Ataxia research and awareness. (www.fara.com)