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I remember when Jim Jenks, ...
I remember when Jim Jenks, of OP, had a 39 that Doug redid the wood on for CSR.
The car was completed just prior to Christmas and Chuck had a Christmas card made with his staff sitting in the Woody.
Jim lost interest and I believe sold the car for $10K to Ken from Newport Beach who turned the car into a 40 deluxe with suicide rear doors.
has one of these also in addition to his
48 woody he
purchased from Ted several years ago.
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I had dinner with Jim Jenks (the founder of Op) about for or five years ago.He told me about innovating surfwear in the surfshops.When he started with t-shirts at Op lot of shops didn't even have anything to hang them on.All they had were boards and wetsuits.So Jim brought his own rounders that he owned in and hung his shirts on them.Pretty soon the retailers were like, 'Whoh, I didn't know I could sell T-shirts.This is insane.' So yeah it's evolved a lot.
So let's talk about your personal journey here.What year was it you got the Billabong Licensee?Well I was shaping boards at the time, doing HOT STUFF's and LIGHTNING BOLTS and then I was foolish enough to do my own label HURLEY surfboards.
Ocean Institute Corporate Partners
Originating in the '60s as a surfboard label, Op Founder Jim Jenks created an apparel line that met the demands of surfers in and out of the water in 1972, and the brand quickly became the definitive name in the surf/beach culture.
and Sue Swenson have been outstandingly loyal supporters of the Ocean Institute
for nearly two decades.
From the bottom of their hearts, Jim
and Sue believe in the mission of the Ocean Institute
and do everything they can to support the work we do with children from throughout Southern California.
As a Board member, Jim also inspires fellow members to give and shows leadership through his sincere commitment to the Ocean Institute.
PRESS RELEASE Nitches, Inc. Announces License for Dockers(R) T-shirts and Swimwear
Dockers® t-shirts and swimwear will be developed & distributed under the guidance of lifestyle apparel pioneer Jim Jenks, founder of OP, and with the direction and support of company vice president and 25-year industry veteran Diane Ochotsky.
The Tech Zone Computer Hardware Reviews
Originating in the ‘60s as a surfboard label, Op Founder Jim Jenks created an apparel line that met the demands of surfers in and out of the water in 1972, and the brand quickly became the definitive name in the surf/beach culture.