GeekWire: Skateboard Startup: Here’s How Two Seattle Teens Launched A Business During the Grind Of COVID

Kids are coping with the grind of COVID-19 in a variety of ways as they deal with isolation, remote school and friendships on hold. Just a few weeks into quarantine, two skateboarding teens from Seattle found a way to kill time by launching their own startup.

Childhood friends Luca Motte, a 16-year-old at Lincoln High School, and buddy Massimo Corsini, a 16-year-old at Bishop Blanchet High School, are the co-founders of Seattle Skate Features, a two-man operation that churns out movable skate terrain including quarter pipes, boxes and rails.

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