Kman Skate School was the pioneering effort of Karim Moulay and Arielle just after they tied the knot in 2004.
Kman Skate School was Australia’s first skateboard school, operating at The Entertainment Quarter in Moore Park, Sydney.
Within 3 years, the Kman team taught over 1500 kids and adults how to ride a skateboard including Kerry-Anne Kennerley, Larry Emdur, High-5 and the cast from Saturday Disney and Totally Wild.
Karim and Arielle also developed a national training program for skateboard coaches in association with the Department of Sports and Recreation “Active After School” Program.
National press coverage for the skate school included appearances on the Kerrry-Anne Morning Show, Sydney Weekender and My Business TV.
Arielle’s PR for Kman Skate School also gained coverage in The Sydney Morning Herald’s Good Weekend and Spectrum, The Sydney Magazine, Woman’s Day, The Daily Telegraph, The Jewish News and Beast Magazine.