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A Different Kind Of Sponsor Me Skate Video

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People send in all types of sponsor me skate videos but this one as different than most. The reason that it is different is that Chris Milic has a little red furry ball animal that co stars in the video with him and for that we give Chris two thumbs up for coming up with something that is creative and out of the box if you will.

And here are a few more notes about getting sponsored… There is no one way to become a sponsored skateboarder. Contrary to popular belief, it is not all about “sponsor-me” tapes. You have to prove to the sponsor you are a good choice, and just any old sponsor meĀ  tape will not cut it. Making it stand out a bit with some good skating and something creative will catch the eyes of the people watching the hundreds of sponsor me takes that are sent in so keep that in mind.

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