Thursday, May 28, 2009


(Malibu, CA) May 27, 2009 --- Clout Malibu will celebrate a Grand Opening of its second flagship location in the heart of Malibu at the Cross Creek village on Friday June 19, 2009. The Clout Cross Creek store will feature the exclusive Clout Apparel Collection for men and women: board shorts, tee shirts, sweatshirts, hats, women’s tops, sweat pants and Clout accessories. The store will also showcase the "best of the best" surf/skate/sport brands in the industry including Van's, RVCA, Nike, Uggs, Naish, Elwood Denim, Channel Islands and Roberts Surfboards, Hurley, Converse, Keep Me and Dakine.

“We are thrilled to launch Clout into another Malibu retail location to build upon our local customer base in Zuma Beach,” said Robert ‘Cape’ Capener, the president of Clout. “We are super-stoked to launch the newly designed Clout branded collection that will feature the new Clout Malibu logo, inspired by Point Dume and the local surf breaks, Big Dume and Little Dume.”

The Grand Opening celebration will start on June 19th, at 6:00 pm at the new Cross Creek location ( - a few doors down from the Malibu Theater. Friday night's party will feature tasty tacos, drinks and live entertainment and the party will roll through the entire weekend with a series of fun events at the store. The Grand opening will be promoted by Sicky Dicky Productions and sponsored by Hurley and Vans.

Clout Malibu also announced a unique marketing partnership with the Los Angeles Dodgers baseball team to promote the Dodgers this summer. A series of themed billboards, lifeguard towers and phone kiosk posters around Southern California will feature local Clout Rideshop sponsored surfers Warren Metcalfe, Conrad Carr and Dillon Perillo on their way to surf legendary Surfrider Beach, carrying surfboards and wearing Dodger blue. The “This Is My Home,” and “Dodgertown” national and local campaigns will be shown on over 40 billboards throughout Southern California.

About Clout

Over 10 years ago, deep in the heart of Malibu, Clout started as a small surf shop and quickly developed into a local Malibu surf and skate institution.
Clout has always employed and supported young, progressive teens from the local community, establishing its reputation as a renegade source for youthful expression and influence.

Clout is celebrating over 10 years of support for countless surf and skate sessions and parties, putting the shop’s people and resources behind the Malibu lifestyle.
For more information, please contact “Cape” at (310) 457-1511 or
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Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Party Party Party

For those who haven't seen this video you must watch this.

Sicky Dicky Presents...Vol.1 from Sicky Dicky on Vimeo.

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Friday, May 15, 2009

2Cents Music Photoshoot with John Hildebrand

Check out the video of 2Cents photoshoot with John Hildebrand

2Cents Music from Sicky Dicky on Vimeo.

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Thursday, May 14, 2009

So Much for the Sunset Tuesday Nights

Once again another bar in Malibu refuses business. Drinco de Mayo was the last Sicky party at the Sunset for a while. We will post something when its back on. But for now Malibu remains a sleepy town. Noise complaints from residents may have led to the problem.
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Saturday, May 2, 2009

Sex on the Strip - Got A Little too Sicky Dicky

So the first night of Sex on The Strip was super Sicky Dicky for sure. All the bands killed it but the girls pretty much took over the show. Thanks to Bubululu Malibu Bikinis
all the girls looked so hot it was crazy. Don't miss the next show and if you want to be a model for the next event please email us today.

Here are some of the photo more photos on our facebook and sicky dicky smugmug

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Vote Val Surf

Support the Boy of Val Surf
Competing in the Volcom Film Battle with 15 other great shops. It's easy; the shop with the most votes wins. The winning shop gets a free 30sec. commercial on Fuel TV, ads, etc... This is a big dealio. If you like our video the best please vote for us here:
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Friday, May 1, 2009

NO ON Prop8

Sicky Dicky Productions is all about Prop 8.
Proposition 8 was a California ballot proposition that changed the state Constitution to restrict the definition of marriage to a union between a man and a woman and eliminated the right of same-sex couples to marry. The vote was 52% to 48% in favor of the proposition.

The campaigns for and against Proposition 8 raised $35.8 million and $37.6 million, respectively, becoming the highest-funded campaign on any state ballot that day and surpassing every campaign in the country in spending except the presidential contest. The proponents argued for exclusively heterosexual marriage and claimed that failure to reverse a Supreme Court ruling from May 2008 that recognized a right of same-sex couples to marry would damage society, require changes to what was taught in schools about marriage, and threaten the free exercise of religion. The opponents argued that eliminating the rights of any Californian and mandating that one group of people be treated differently from everyone else was unfair and wrong.
The photo is my brother Madison Hildebrand who modeled for the No On 8. Support this check out
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We went to the gallery opening and here are some of the photos from that event. Thanks for the support.

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