Brewce is one gnarly dude. Skatopia in Ohio is known as "88 acres of anarchy" and people from all over the world come to skate the crazy things he's built. He's also got a skateboard museum, where you can see the history and progression of the wooden toys we grew to love, from the very first commercial skateboards made until now. He's taken some time out to share what he's learned since he stepped on a board.
1. Respect came from the universe
2. People lost universal respect
3. Balance is everywhere
4. Skateboarding helps your soul
5. The museum is the greatest thing I've ever done
Brewce is currently working in Pomeroy, Ohio building a skatepark. Back at his home in skatopia, he's recently finished building a bowl in the "Church Of Skatin" and is planning on finishing pouring concrete for the "Luna Bowl."
BUT these things do cost money, so if you have a few extra bucks you can donate at :
Get some friends together, and head over to Skatopia. Bring Brewce old skateboards for the museum, and have some fun! It's the best place ever.