'Bones Love Milk' skateboarding team shred at VidCon
Talented pro skaters provided the ultimate skate experience with largest full scale skate ramp in VidCon history
July 4, 2022
The 'Bones Love Milk' skateboarding team were undoubtedly the main attraction at the 2022 Vidcon Convention this weekend, held at the Anaheim Convention Center.
Bones Love Milk brought milk to the masses with the largest full-sized skate ramp ever at VidCon creating the ultimate skate session with their one-of-a-kind "shredquarters."
With the help of their Pro team skaters including legendary Hall of Famer Christian Hosoi and Olympic athlete Bryce Wettstein, skaters of all levels showed their skills on the 40 foot spined ramp and recharged with the ultimate real protein drink, milk.
The California Milk Processor Board, creators of the iconic 'gotmilk?' set up an amazing pop up via its 'Bones Love Milk' brand.
Skaters of all levels got to take lessons with some of the biggest names in pro skating such as Jordan Hosoi, Olympian Bryce Wettstein and professional skaters Jordan Maxham, Christopher Hiett, Zach Doelling, JD Sanchez, and Ricky Glaser - all part of the Bones Love Milk pro team!
Actor Muke Boornazian, star of HBO's 'Winning Time' even stopped by and experienced his first ramp skate with the helpful guidance of the 'Bone Love Milk Team.
In addition to daily skate sessions, the event featured skate events including live mural paintings, screen printed merch, complimentary milk, cookie happy hour, the opportunity to meet pro skaters and watch the pros demo their skills .
For more information visit http://www.boneslovemilk.com and follow @BonesLoveMilk on socials. Find Getty images here.
About the California Milk Processor Board
Since 1993, the California Milk Processor Board (CMPB), creator of the famous got milk? campaign, has been committed to increasing milk consumption throughout California. Its latest initiative, "Bones Love Milk," is dedicated to educating youth on the real benefits of milk as "nature's energy drink" in an unconventional way, showcasing how milk is a true nutrient powerhouse, delivering strong bones, energy, hydration and muscle recovery. The CMPB is funded by all California milk processors and administered by the California Department of Food and Agriculture. The got milk? trademark is a federally registered trademark and service mark. For more information, visit http://www.gotmilk.com.