Who knew that a beach ball four and a half feet wide could get so much attention? At Latter-day Saint Business College in Salt Lake City, we knew we had to do something to kick the chapter back into gear. While weighing our options, the idea of rolling a ball around stuck out in our minds. We knew it would be a great opportunity get people to ask about YAL.
There were just a few of us, but in the nearly two hours of talking to people, we had almost fifty students sign up to find out more (all at a college with fewer than 3,000 students)! We had a lot of great conversations with those that are genuinely interested in learning more about liberty and standing to defend it.
After working hard, we had our weekly chapter meeting just a few hours later. There we led a discussion about how free markets create an incentive for growth. It was a great way to get both the YAL veterans and the new members involved and engaged.Published in