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Spin Master hides signed Tony Hawk skateboards

Launches a global treasure hunt for Tech Deck toys and boards signed by the skateboard pro.
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Spin Master has kicked off a worldwide Tech Deck treasure hunt to celebrate Go Skateboarding day.

Rare signed Tony Hawk skateboards and bundles of Tech Deck toys have hidden in strategic locations across the globe, in the US, Brazil, Canada, England, Philippines, Australia and Mexico.

Clues to the treasure's whereabouts are being posted to the Techdeckboards Facebook page. The the first one to find the highly sought after prize gets to keep it.

Spin Master has reported a 24 per cent rise Tech Deck sales so far this year (Source: NPD YTD April).

The brand will continue to be supported with heavy weight TV advertising, sampling, sponsorship and exponential marketing. Tech Deck will also be sponsoring the Young Guns National Skateboard Championships (next leg Transgression Park Edinburgh), NASS, UKSA and other local skateboarding events throughout the country.

Go Skateboarding day takes place on June 21st.

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