Social Club Hub President Explains the Top Five Myths on Social Clubs

Social Club Hub President explains myths and misconceptions relating to social clubs.

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Palm Beach Gardens, FL (PRWEB) April 29, 2013

Many people have reservations about joining a social club. Gary Sonnett, Social Club Hub President, has debunked the top five myths and misconceptions relating to social clubs:

1.    There are only a few clubs to choose from.
People who haven’t browsed through Social Club Hub wrongly assume that social clubs are limited to people who enjoy sports or crafts.

“It often happens that people aren’t aware of the sheer number of social clubs out there. From January to March, over 244 clubs joined out online network, which shows there’s definitely a rising market for special interest, hobby and activity groups in America. These groups include everything from boating, bowling and business groups to dancing, dining and gardening. There’s really something for everyone,” explains Sonnett.

2.    Hobbies and clubs are too expensive
Social Club Hub is completely free. All a person has to do is sign-up and start browsing the social clubs in your area – there aren’t any fees involved in joining our network of social clubs.

“Contrary to popular belief, people often save money by joining a social club. Many of the clubs receive special offers and discounts thanks to group bookings at shows, restaurants or sporting events. Members also save money thanks to the fact that companies often advertise products and services at discounted rates to various special interest groups,” says Sonnett.

3.    Profile rules and regulations
People from all walks of life join Social Club Hub. It is ideal for empty nesters, just graduated or recently relocated, people from all age groups and cultural backgrounds at these clubs.

4.    Joining a social club isn’t safe
Joining a social club that’s part of Social Club Hub’s network of groups means the group is a legitimate hobby or special interest club.

“We understand that people are skeptical about meeting up with strangers they met online, which is why all clubs go through a strict evaluation by our board members before they are allowed to add their clubs to our network,” says Sonnett.

5.    Specific skills are needed to join a social club
There's a club for every skill level, interest and hobby. Many people sign up for a social club simply because they want to expand their knowledge and skills or learn something they have always been interested in.

“People who are considering starting a new fitness regime or learning a new skill find social clubs ideal for these goals,” comments Sonnett.

The clubs at Social Club Hub have online message board systems where members can communicate with club owners and managers. A person can also simply send the club manager a message beforehand to find out about specific skill sets or regulations regarding joining a club.

“Now that I’ve debunked some of the common myths associated with social clubs, it’s time to sign up and start browsing all the clubs on our website." concludes Sonnett.

About Social Club Hub
The Social Club Hub is about getting out, meeting people, making new friends and participating in fun activities. The Social Club Hub is not a dating website. The Social Club Hub connects local clubs that host events of all types throughout the country. Visit http://www.socialclubhub.com for more information.


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