29.04.14 by Jeff

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In my big year-end post in December I said “These past five years, all of it, it’s all still the beginning. It would be really dumb to be satisfied with the beginning.” I set really big goals for myself for this year.

I’ve got something big to announce very soon (I’ve been hinting about it on my Instagram), it involves friends of mine and their brand, also based right here in Vancouver (you may be able to guess). This is the first of several projects that have been a little while in the making. I’m excited to tell you about this one. Stay tuned.

 

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Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Emma Fourdrignier

    Hihihihohoho this is exciting !

    • its the most excited i’ve been about anything so far

  • Ash Kayser

    Ridonk excited for this, I’ve put a bit of dough away for when it’s announced!

  • John Hall

    Does it rhyme with smerschel? :)

  • wabisabian

    Cheeeeeeers tooooooo theeeeeee fuuuuuuutuuuuuuureeeeeee Jeeeeeeeff! :)

  • oejit

    lululemon





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