My Roller Skate World Posting Page
Thursday, February 10, 2011
My Roller Skate World is in existence because the individuals who run it love rollerskating and inline skating! But there is a greater reason than this. All the people who work for My Roller Skate World are volunteers and all the profit from the store goes to help a Foundation.  The Foundation is called,  Hope for the Future Children's Foundation, Inc.   Their website is:   All the money received by this Foundation go to two areas of focus.  First, the major focus will be helping poor single parent families in the Greater Orlando area.  Secondly, it will help very poor single parents in a small city outside of San Jose, Costa Rica called La Carpio.   Learn more about this by visiting the Foundation's web site.

Everytime you purchase a skate or accessory you can rest assured that the profit goes directly to the Foundation.  There are NO administrative costs

by: My Roller Skate World


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just bought new Reidell 120 skates with Powerdyne Triton plate... been skating for 30 years. New skate plate seems too large... too much distance between back/front wheels. My old skate wheel base seemed closer together. When I tried them out first time a week ago, had trouble crossing leg over and am wondering if plate could be the issue. How can I tell if plate is correct size for size 6 boot and are they making them different now?

February 18, 2011 at 6:36 AM  
Blogger cskate said...

Hi there, just moved to a town 2 hours outside of San Jose, Costa Rica called Jaco. I was wondering how we could get skating down here? I've talked to a kid in San Jose who is a skater but it doesn't seem like there is any kind of organized skating down here, do you have anymore information?

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