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UPCOMING APPEARANCES: The Endless Summer 50th Celebration hosted by the SHACC
Pipeline According to Mike Hynson
The Perfect Wave According to Mike Hynson
Endless Dreams Publishing current books for sale include
"Mike Hynson-Transcendental Memories of a Surf Rebel and Tom Patty's Marketing Without Money"
Marketing w/o Money:
Marketing w/o Money:
50% of profits from sales of "Tom Patty's Marketing Without Money," will be DONATED to the National SCORE Foundation
UPCOMING SEMINARS: Microsoft Store, Mission Viejo, CA, July 22, 2014
Mike Hynson & Danny Brawner (Sandals' Drummer) on The Endless Summer, etc. with PT
ON THE EDGE...That's the way Mike Hynson has lived his entire life; from his formative years as a Navy brat in the 1940's, bouncing between Hawaii and San Diego, to his innovation that kept him at the forefront of the surfing industry throughout the 1960's.
Tom Patty will help you learn how to grow your business by using the same strategies utilized by big budget clients such as Apple, Nike, Pizza Hut, and Nissan. In "Marketing Without Money," Tom shares with you a blueprint for action that can help you increase your sales and profits by substituting creative ideas for a large marketing budget.
Your business is like a rocket ship. At the bottom sits the launch pad. NASA spends years putting together the launch pad because if it isn’t set up correctly, the rocket won’t launch. After you figure out where you’re going, you have to have an extraordinary amount of energy and effort to get you off that launch pad and beyond the effects of gravity, which you have to have in your business to get the final rocket ship in orbit. This book will be for those of you who want to dramatically increase your profit.
On Saturday, September 19, 1970, Jost was running the last of his errands before boarding a plane for New York City to paint a 100-foot long mural for Jimi Hendrix in his Electric Lady Recording Studios, when he ran into a friend in Laguna. “Hey, Lance, did you hear that Hendrix died?” And that's just the beginning of the story.
"If Keith Richards
Surfed, He'd Be Mike Hynson,"