Surfers and tourists alike gather at a surf shop in San Francisco, Calif.
last month to celebrate the surf season.
The owner of the shop is also the proprietor of the surf park where the event is taking place.
But when the park opens, the owner of another surf shop on the street is going to be forced to compete with him for the business.
The owners of the two shops have a history of feuding over the ownership of a popular surf park, and this year’s event will be no exception.
The two businesses have been at odds since last year, when they started competing for the same piece of the surfing pie.
They first met at the end of last year’s Super Bowl and were both vying for the first spot in the $5 million prize pool, which the owners said they would win.
But now they are at odds again.
On Tuesday, a handful of tourists headed to the surf shop for an afternoon event and some other business.
One of the tourists, a woman in her 50s, said she had never been to the park before.
She said she came to watch the surfers and hoped she would get a spot on the first wave.
The shop’s owner, who declined to give her name, said the owners of her surf shop had been feuding for months, with the two sides accusing each other of trying to steal the surf industry.
“We’re not going to pay any money to them,” she said.
“If you want to pay me to surf, you’re not paying me for the rest of my life.
I’ve got to be able to feed my family.”
She said her shop had a contract with the park, which would give her a share of revenue if it made it to the final wave.
But after the park opened, the owners were able to negotiate a deal that included a $5,000 cut of the event’s ticket sales, but only if they got into the final 10.
The money was a compromise between the owners’ demands for a share in the profit and the park’s insistence on making the event happen, she said, adding that she had asked the park to keep the surf pool open to help pay for the trip.
The park declined to comment.
In December, after the surf event, the two businesses began competing for a spot in next year’s pool, and now they say they are going to battle it out in front of the park.
The dispute is not only about money, it is about who can claim to own the most surf spots in the park and to be the first to put the best surfers out there.
The surf shop’s founder, Mark DeMent, said he has spent the last few months working on a plan to buy a surf park and put the park up for sale.
DeMeth said he had been considering the idea for months but thought it was time to go public with his plan.
After the surf session, he said, he called the owner who had been working with him and said, “We need to come to an agreement.”
The owner agreed, and the two agreed to pay $10,000 for a piece of property in the surf zone, DeMett said.
De Meth said the owner agreed to give him a share, and he has been negotiating the rest with other surf shops and owners in the area, and also with some of the city’s biggest surf companies.
He said the city should offer a special, five-year deal for any company that wants to build a surf spot.
“The money’s not going in the pocket of the people who live in the areas we have in our parks, but they’re going to live in our neighborhoods,” he said.
The next surf event will take place in March.
The mayor of San Francisco is expected to attend, and officials from the San Francisco Bay Area Waterfront Development Corporation and the city of Oakland are expected to announce their participation.
But the dispute is likely to have a bigger impact on the event than on DeMott.
“It’s going to affect everybody,” DeMotte said.