Windsurfing New Zealand: 'on air'

Windsurfing New Zealand has had a great idea. In summer time, there are a lot of radio stations willing to broadcast and talk about the surfing conditions in several beaches. Is it good to go?

Very often, it's only a matter of a couple of minute, but that's better than nothing. So, Windsurfing New Zealand decided to gather a list of contacts of windsurfers willing to add comments about the sport, how to get started, how to stay safe, etc.

No gurus are required to talk to radio stations. If you run a surfing or windsurfing business or if you're a windsurfing enthusiast, go for it. Contact Bruce Spedding and give him your mobile number.

Then, stay tuned for every phone call. In a few minutes, you'll be "on air".

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