How would you go about expanding a sport among the group 8-18 years old?
I am involved in a program that involves children and youth from 8 - 18 years old. If you wanted to expand participation how would you get out the word? What groups or associations or means of contact are you aware of in this demographic?
I've no experience with these types of programs or trying to expand a program myself, but with that being said I'd go straight for social media. I'm sure you have a few dedicated followers who love the sport you're trying to expand, and I'm also sure that a few of those followers are involved with social media (facebook, twitter, youtube, etc.). It's fast and it's free! Good luck!
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