Sept. 19, 2012 Ellensburg, Wash.- Central Washington University Collegiate Sports Clubs Demonstration Day a.k.a "Demo Day" was a resounding success and an excellent kick-off of the upcoming competition year for clubs. With all 24 clubs participating, 428 new recruits came to meetings and practices all over campus. Even though the air quality was not up to par, it did not affect the clubs' ability to recruit new members. Practices were canceled and clubs held meetings to inform new students how they can get involved. "Every meeting I attended was full of new faces excited about the opportunities to participate" said Sport Club Graduate Assistant Derek Tomasone. The club with the most new recruits for the day was the Archery Club with 40 potential new members. Demo Day is an integral part of Collegiate Sport Clubs and its recruiting process.
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