Monthly Archives: August 2010

Programs For The Fall

In another little while we’ll start unrolling new programs for The Big Push For Darts in Canada. The first one will be a great project we hope will really get more folks involved over time. Remember, everything we do is … Continue reading

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Finding Leagues and Teams For Players

Phase 2 of our movement is to connect players with leagues and teams. We created an online survey that asks players who want to play to give us some basic information about themselves so we can pair them up with … Continue reading

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Getting Ready For Fall

I’ve been working on a side project this past week or so that should serve to be one of the corner-posts of our Big Push Campaign. It’s a standard Dart Players Wanted poster that we’ll make available across the country. … Continue reading

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The Big Push – It Has Legs

Well, congrats to all of us as we’ve hit our 2,500th Facebook member – and it’s still summer! Wow. All of you please take a bow. This has been the first really truly viral darts movement in Canada. What I … Continue reading

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Working with Official Bodies

We’ve been contacting provincial bodies to let them know that custom Big Push buttons can be used as a great fund raising idea. We’ve made some progress, and… Continue reading

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Our First Test Succeeds – Fundraising in New Brunswick

A few weeks ago we made contact with Rick Kirkpatrick who runs the Provincial body for darts in New Brunswick, and told him about the plan we had for helping groups raise funds. Since our Facebook button campaign has been … Continue reading

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One Man’s Dart Blog – Intro

I am told there are places in Canada where darts still thrives, but I know from talking to many people across the country, it is either in decline or holding its own in most places.

My fear is that if we don’t promote the heck out of this game now and get people out playing, we’ll start to lose venues and this game will be in real trouble. Continue reading

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