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The Bro Bowl: 30 Years of Tampa Concrete tells the story of one of the first free public skate parks built in the late 1970s. Located near housing projects in downtown Tampa, the bro bowl became the centerpiece of an unintended culture clash between suburban kids and locals from nearby neighborhoods. Over time the skateboarding scene at the bro bowl became a proto-typical example of what organizations like The Tony Hawk Foundation are striving to achieve: The positive impact of free skate parks in low-income areas.
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