November 11, 2016 (Corona, CA) – Aluminati Skateboards is on board with Toys for Toys this holiday season, teaming up with the U.S. Marine Corps, to donate over four hundred cruisers to children in need in Riverside County. Aluminati Skateboards is a family owned and operated company, based locally in Corona, that believes in giving back to the community.
“Donating to the less fortunate and positively impacting the environment have always been important to me,” says Aluminati founder Scott Rapport. “We are proud to be partnering with Toys for Tots and donating our cruisers to local kids for the holidays.”
Since the brand’s inception in 2013, Aluminati has looked to make a difference in skateboarding. Scott knew he had the opportunity to do something better and honor his family’s aluminum legacy by using recycled aircraft aluminum to make cruisers locally in Southern California. Aluminati is achieving that goal this holiday season by making a difference for local kids.
For more information, please contact Emily Blood at Emily@aluminatiboards.com.
About Aluminati Skateboards:
Aluminati Skateboards is reimagining the cruiser board. Recycled aircraft aluminum, integrated clear grip and endless graphics options make Aluminati the new classic. Born and made in Southern California, Aluminati fuses the tradition and nostalgia of cruiser boards with the performance and precision of modern technologies. Aluminati’s dynamic and vibrant graphics are a product of a proprietary, in-house manufacturing process that is as innovative as the precision-machined aluminum deck.