Downtown Toronto Board Shop launches new website

Date: April 29, 2008 Author: Mantis System Categories: The Latest

Toronto, Ontario. April 29, 2008 - So Hip It Hurts launched their new website using web content management tools developed by c-Seven Media. The So Hip site showcases their unique store including their celebrity friends, the very best items and brands their industry, news and events, and bands that they sponsor.

Visit to see the website.

For more information please contact Josh Hayter, Director of Sales & Marketing 416-800-0682 x 104.

About c-Seven Media Inc.

c-Seven Media was established in 1998 and has grown from a small web design firm to a full web solutions provider based off referrals from our existing customers and online marketing initiatives. c-Seven's services include IT consulting, graphic design, web hosting, custom programming and search engine optimization. c-Seven is the creator of Mantis Web CMS which enables c-Seven to "jump start" the website development process which reduces the barriers for entry for small to medium size businesses.

About So Hip it Hurts

Back in the day when So Hip it Hurts first opened their doors, a skate shop on Queen St. West was inconceivable. They we were, a small skate/surf shop in a sea of vintage clothing stores that pretty much set the pace for Queen St. West.

Now over 17 years later; they are Toronto's oldest skate shop next to Hogtown (props to them!) So Hip carries the very best items and brands our industry has to offer. Whether it's that very high end Burton Vapor snowboard, or that awesome Rvca t-shirt that you can't find anywhere else. They pretty much have it all.



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