Feeling Minnesota

“Minneapolis is a pretty big city but it does not have a public skatepark. We supplied a skatepark when we were in the city for our first few years; the kids didn’t need one, because they had ours,” says Muller.

“If the private sector is doing its job it should be providing decent terrain to the skateboarders in the town, so there shouldn’t be a need for a public park. People want something well-built and well-designed.”

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