Emerica originates from the 1996th as was established primarily to gratify the needs of skaters with more aggressive and rude driving and most enthusiastic. The head of the company Don Brown collects hard street skaters Jamie Thomas, Chris Senn (elected skater of the Year by Thrasher in March 1995), Dan Drehobl, Marc Johnson, Phil Shao (RIP) and Donny Barley and thus formed the first team of Emerica. Gradually things began to grow and in 1997 the team to join Andrew Reynolds, Ed Templeton, Tim Brauch (RIP), John Cardiel, Kenny Hughes, Tim McKinney and Darren Navarette. The same year the first video of Emerica - "Yellow", Andrew Reynolds won first place at the Tampa Pro, and Chris Senn has a gold medal from The X Games. Along with the progress of the company's growing number of successes of the team, as their manager becomes Justin Regan. There is growing models of the best riders and Andrew Reynolds again won the prize of Tampa Pro and was voted skater of the Year by Thrasher.
In 2000 Emerica places quite provocative for then sticker "G", aimed at changing the signs "No Skateboarding" to "Go Skateboarding." Besides the continuous success of Andrew Reynolds, Heath Kirchart also won the award for the rider of the year for TransWorld Skateboarding, and parallel Emerica is increasingly recognized as one of the biggest brands for skateboarding. In 2002 the team manager Justin Regan collected six of the best riders in the Hollywood Hills mansion where they live for a year. All this was filmed for an upcoming cash Video This is Skateboarding, and in the same year an integral part of the advertising campaign the company turns golden color ink. Next year the film was ready and Emerica makes a world tour in ten cities with the best riders. More prizes, movies, tours, competitions, demonstrations, new skaters in the team and of course the new models sneakers ... things just grow unabated, while the company continues to promote skateboarding in all ways without commercial part prevail. For over 12-year history Emerica became a world-famous company, but does not deviate from its initial idea even for a moment and continues to progress and evolve.
The current skate team Emerica include: Aaron Suski, Andrew Reynolds, Brandon Westgate, Braydon Szafranski, Bryan Herman, Chris Senn, Ed Templeton, Heath Kirchart, Jamie Tancowny, Jerry Hsu, Justin Figueroa, Kevin Long, Leo Romero, Marquis Preston and Collin Provost. For details about the team visit http://emericaskate.com/team/.