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Why I Skate?

            Roller skating isn’t just something I enjoy. It’s not a hobby. It’s not even a passion. Roller skating is a part of me and my family. Three generations of Ramsey’s have been a part of the roller skating industry, and I hope to be the fourth.
Since Southeastern Skate Supply opened its doors it has seen several wars, six Apollo moon landings, the assassination of Martin Luther King Junior, and the addition of two stars to the flag. As it nears its 75th  year of operation, I look at the history of Southeastern Skate Supply. I look at its history from the eyes of my family members, and from the stories I hear from you, our customers. I look forward to putting my own mark in its history. Seeing it reach 100 years in business would be something special.
So why do I skate? I skate because waking up each morning and seeing a warehouse full of skates just waiting to put a smile on someone’s face is exciting. I skate because it is a part of my family. I skate because it’s apart of our countries culture. Most importantly I skate because it is fun!
          Why do you skate? Let me know down in the comments.


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