Yes, letting them try a doublehose often works. Kind of like the dope dealer giving free samples to the schoolchildren to get them hooked..swimjim wrote:I gave up on the Dive club I belonged to as since I left the presidents chair they don't seem to have anything to do with diving. I have formed a new club out of other members who actually want to dive and discuss dive related issues. They were looking for a different avenue anyway, so I created one. I will be giving them a presentation on vintage diving at next months meeting. NAVED will be part of that. Of our six member group, one already dives a DA I aquired, rebuilt and sold to him. He started out by diving different reg's out of my meager collection. Another has tried one in a pool and is seriously interested. One more tried one and decided it wasen't for him. Can't win them all, but I'm pretty close.
I promote vintage diving just about everywhere I go. I use mostly my Phoenix now in lake Michigan as well as a DA and a Mistral. Everytime someone new see's me using them there always lot's of questions. Great fun.
Well, now I know what to do with my Powerball winnings besides investing in Voit regulators. That is of course if I should ever win it.Nemrod wrote:... Please let me know any ideas, oh, and remember, we have no funds so don't get any big ideas unless some of you are rich and wish to donate to NAVED a fortune. I figure a million bucks and we could put the b-slap on PadI. but for cheap on a 100,000 I could give them a serious case of heart burn. .
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