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Old 03-21-2008, 05:06 PM
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Default PASA certification

I've read about launch sites that require PASA certification. How does one go about getting certified? I've had lessons at very reputable places, but no one ever mentioned anything about certification. It may be a good thing to have since I'm reading more and more on this forum about beach violations and pissing off the locals. This is probably going to open up a new can of worms about regulation of a sport ,that by it's very nature, seems to defy regulation. I've been snowboarding long enough to remember the prejudice and regulation that came with it. But the economic power of more and more snowboarders eventually won out.
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