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Project: Chowder Shack

Tuesday, March 31st, 2009

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Hurricane Hopeful Chowder Shack
coming soon to a surf spot (or not) near you…

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Project: Ben’s Nautical Art

Tuesday, March 31st, 2009

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Brooklyn Surfboards
The BCS shapes his own custom Brooklyn surfboards. The only boards being made in the borough better known for its bagels and wise guys. Making a board is a love not unlike making a chowder… sort of. But unlike his chowders, Ben’s surfboards are completely waterproof. Ben reserves the right to test each board, as he would a chowder, to ensure that it meets his exacting standards.

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Project: Gear

Tuesday, March 31st, 2009

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Brooklyn Chowder Surfer Gear
You can get your own chowder shirt or New York surfing shirt just like the staff wears at the Surf Bar. All the shirts are 100% cotton and hold up well to the harsh elements involved in chowder cooking. We have a wide range of branded Brooklyn Surfer Ts guaranteed to create a stir on the docks or out at the surf break.

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Project: Dawn Patrol Coffee

Tuesday, March 31st, 2009

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Hurricane Hopeful : Dawn Patrol Coffee
100% organic • Shade Grown • Fair Trade
Looking for a solution to the age-old problem of the early morning surf session, Ben also invented his own line of coffee. The idea was this: some of the best surfing happens just as the sun is rising and the winds are blowing off-shore. For this, surfers get up, bleary-eyed, in the dark and head down to the beach. Ben, working hard to make the morning wake-up and ease his way into the icy cold NE waters, invented Hurricane Hopeful Dawn Patrol Coffee.

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Project: Chowder

Tuesday, March 31st, 2009

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Brooklyn Chowder Surfer
Ben’s lessons in fishing and chowder started at an early age with his grandfather Sarge on Cape Cod. On the side of the bank Ben was taught how to fillet the day’s catch and to dig fresh clams and Quahogs from the family clam bed. Using hand-picked, home-grown summer vegetables, young Ben was handed down the secrets of the Sargent Family Chowders.

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