Lake Dolores Waterpark 8&9 Shoot
8&9 Clothing takes a pit stop in the Lake Dolores Waterpark on the way to to the 2014 Agenda Trade-show in Las Vegas. Filmed by Justin Butts and Stilflik.
Retailers from all over the world were in attendance. It was great to hear different opinions on the brand from newcomers and people who have had the chance to see how much we have grown over the years. It’s been a long road and a lot of work to get where we are now and we are up to the challenge of taking our brand to new levels each year!
All in all it was very good show, I can tell you this, you will see your favorite streetwear brand in more stores this fall for sure. We were able to snag some key accounts to make sure to keep up with the demand of our product. You email us and ask us on social media all the time and we hear your request, thanks for your patience and for your support. #8and9life
While on the way to Las vegas we made a quick stop at the Mojave Desert for a photoshoot we also had time to skate the Lake Dolores Waterpark.
Lake Dolores is the original, given name of the man-made lake(s) and the surrounding site where stands a still physically-existent yet currently inoperative waterpark on Hacienda Road in the desert town of Newberry Springs, San Bernardino County,California, USA. . Despite the recent, successive name changes due to two separate transfers of ownership, the site is still far more commonly known by the general public as Lake Dolores Waterpark .The Lake Dolores Waterpark has been abandoned since 2004.