Industry News 5/12/2007

This week on The Daily Habit:

This week on The Daily Habit:

SCOTTY LAGO  Monday – 05.14.07
X Games bronze medalist with two TransWorld cover shots, pro snowboarder Scotty Lago is in the studio. Inspired by guys like Terje Haakonsen and Jeff Brushie, Lago tells us how he’s risen to the top ranks of his sport. And, be the first to know about Scotty’s upcoming film projects with “Mongo Productions” and “Flow.” Plus, get a sneak peek at Scotty Lago’s “Firsthand” episode that will premiere this summer here on FUEL TV. Also, we thought we’d give correspondent Tricia Morris another shot with Will Farrell at the premiere of Blades of Glory. Scotty’s sponsors include: Billabong, Saucony, Flow, Rip It, Smith Optics, Grenade Gloves, and Bern. 

KAI OTTON  Tuesday – 05.15.07
He’s a new name in the surf world, but one that’s given the biggest names a run for their money this year. WCT ripper Kai Otton is here. Plus, young gun snowboarder and featured athlete on FUEL TV’s New Pollution series, Tyler Flanagan will be joining us. And correspondent Jordan Morris goes to the season premiere of “Entourage” to see if he could boost his popularity and get in the group. And, we’re proud to have musical performances from the band, “Illinois.” Kai’s sponsors include: Skullcandy Headphones, Insight Clothing/Boards, Etnies, Smith, and SDS Surfshops.

CHRIS CUDLIPP  Wednesday – 05.16.07
A top competitor at the Oregon Trifecta skate contest, Scum Skateboards team rider Chris Cudlipp is on the show. Talking about his early days growing up skating bowls in Maui, Chris has become an all-terrain type of rider and you can see that in the new DAF skate video. Plus, Mada team riders, skateboarders Kevin Romar and Jacob Walder will be joining us. Chris’ sponsors include: Scum Skateboards, Type S Wheels, DAF, and Destructo Trucks, Da Hui (flow), and Osiris (flow). Kevin’s sponsors include: Mada Clothing, Ice Cream Shoes, Popwar Skateboards, Fury Trucks, Bones Wheels, Furnace Skateshop, and Electric Sunglasses. Jacob’s sponsors include: Mada Clothing, Ice Cream Shoes, Baker, Silver Trucks, Bones Wheels, Streetmachine Boardshop, and Electric Sunglasses.

TYLER SMITH  Thursday – 05.17.07
He’s had big-wave nominations in the Billabong XXL and Surfer Poll Awards. Always going huge and on a quest to find the biggest ride in the world, surfer Tyler Smith is here.  Making his name known for heavy performances Mavericks, today this Santa Cruz local lets us in his crew of fearless big-wave chargers. Plus, you’ve heard this band on the stations worth listening to, musical guest “Cursive” performs live in the studio. And, Punker Pat checks in from Sebastian Inlet with a summer fashion steez report. Tyler’s sponsors include: Volcom, BodyGlove, Vans, Oakley, Dakine, Surftech, Sector 9, Plantronics, Pacific Wave, and Stretch.

SCOTT PERCEY & JAKE TIERNEY  Friday – 05.18.07
You’ve seen them on the Arby’s Action Sports Awards; you’ve seen them as the internet phenomenon on the web. They got their start here at FUEL TV, the innovators behind the new craze known as “Crawbling,” Scott Percey and Jake Tierney roll into the studio. Get a glimpse into the future of what today’s action sports stars will be doing in their later years. Plus, be the first to experience a “Crawbling” demo right here live in the studio.  And, musical guests, “Fear Before The March Of Flames” are here for a white hot performance. 

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