IfOnly, an experiential marketplace that donates a portion of its proceeds to charities, has launched a once-in-a-lifetime experience with Tony Hawk at his Vista, California Headquarters on June 24th.

Hawk Headquarters is the world capital of skateboarding and home to Tony Hawk, Inc., Tony Hawk Foundation, 900 Films, Birdhouse Skateboards, The RIDE Channel, and Tony’s Demolition Radio show on SIRIUS XM Satellite Radio.

Two Tony fans can purchase an exclusive tour of the Hawk Headquarters and witness a skate session with Tony himself on the infamous Boom Boom HuckJam ramp in this incredibly limited, first-time offer. A private, catered lunch with Tony will be included, plus time to meet Tony Hawk and shoot the breeze. Guests will also watch Tony Hawk and special guests skate a private session up close and personal. After lunch, skate with Tony and the guys at the new Birdhouse Skatepark—all skill levels are welcome so you can ride or just watch the pros in action!

Details of the Experience:
• Skate in the new Birdhouse Skatepark with Tony and other pros in Vista, CA on June 24th
• Tour of Hawk Headquarters
• Catered lunch and meet & greet with Tony
• Experience will take place in a group of 20

Tickets sold on a “per person” basis for $5,000 each, and are available here.

Proceeds go to the Tony Hawk Foundation. A charitable, non-profit organization, the Tony Hawk Foundation was established in 2002 by its namesake, professional skateboarder Tony Hawk. THF promotes and provides technical assistance and funds for high-quality public skateparks in low-income areas throughout the United States that promote healthy, active lifestyles, and to International programs that enrich the lives of youth through skateboarding.

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