Over the past 2 years we've been fortunate enough to skate on our skateplaza that was almost a 10 year collaboration between the City of Bethlehem and Homebase Skateshop.
This short documentary is meant to show people the positive effects of skateplazas/parks can have in the community if done correctly. As well as how you can support the growing project in Bethlehem.
Feel free to share this with your family, friends and local government. If it helps another group of skaters in a need of a legal place to continue doing what they love- then it's all been worthwhile.
This documentary was made with only good intentions but not necessarily good audio equipment. Please excuse the audio inconsistencies.
Produced by: Homebase Skateshop
Directed by: Andrew Po & Trip Brown
Filmed & Edited by: Trip Brown
Additional Filming: Matt Lewis of the LV Mirror & Matt Pepe
3-D Design by: Adam Temple from A.R.T. Productions
Timelapse Photography: Marty Desilets
Photography: Mike Panic, Armahn Wallace & Max Zahradnik
Ralph Carp, head of Bethlehem Parks
Kara Johnson, assistant manager for the D.B.A.
Steve Van Doren of Vans Footwear
Special Thanks to Trip Brown for all his time and effort making this documentary possible.
For more information on Homebase & upcoming Bethlehem Skateplaza events please visit:
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