This is an update of the Emerican History timeline.
The Emerica team embarks on the Made in Emerica Tour of the South and Midwest.
New Orleans, Louisiana - Thrasher
Birmingham Alabama - Emerica, Thrasher parts one, two
Nashville, Tennessee - Emerica, Thrasher parts one, two, three
Louisville, Kentucky - Emerica, Thrasher parts one, two, three
Cincinnati, Ohio - Thrasher parts one, two
Cleveland, Ohio - Thrasher
The Emerica team gets Wild in the Streets in Detroit, Michigan and Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Andrew Reynolds releases the Reynolds Chillers and Reynolds 3 Shake Junt, spits out a Spitfire video part, crosses Thrasher’s Firing Line (and enjoys Wednesdays with Reda), gets Chrome Balled, stars in an Indy commercial, unveils Bake and Destroy and chomps on a Free Lunch.
Ed Templeton gets grilled by Jenkem and Juxtapoz, becomes one of TransWorld Skateboarding's 30 Most Influential of All Time (parts one and two), skates MLK, gives props to Leica cameras and Jumps Off a Memory.
Kevin "Spanky" Long and his gal Nina have an art show at Fuse Gallery in NYC.
Jamie Tancowny scores the cover of King Shit and Lets the Good Times Roll.
Trevor Colden scores a Check Out in TransWorld Skateboarding, an interview for X Games, postulates a Color Theory, stars in a New Jack video and article for The Skateboard Mag, shreds the Phoenix Am, scores the cover of Thrasher, joins the Spitfire crew, and, as if all of that weren't enough, wins Tampa Am.
Aaron Suski goes for 5&5.