About 6 months ago, I knew I would be moving to Myrtle Beach to finish school. I originally planned to run Redbeard Skatepark in North Charleston, SC from up there, but found some good people to take it over and give it the attention it deserves. Since it always felt that half our customers at the skatepark were from Myrtle Beach, I decided to open a shop there, and finally give the area a skateshop it deserves. As many of you already know, Redbeard has always been fully invested in skateboarding, and skateboarding only. Not streetwear clothing, penny boards, or bathing suits. We are actually out there with you guys, skateboarding every day. So our plan is pretty simple. Skate, have fun, and help Myrtle Beach skateboarding grow in every way possible.