This is a golden opportunity to relaunch and re-energize our sport after the tribulations of the past few months.
Even if we are unable to invite large numbers of people into our clubs, we can still promote the sport by holding small, COVID-compliant outdoor events.
The WSF’s whole focus this year has been to create the biggest social media campaign in the history of the sport, so at least the sport is gaining significant publicity for the sport free of charge.
Please read the World Squash Day Toolkit, which was designed with COVID restrictions in mind.
With so much sport missing from the agenda, this is an opportunity for squash to grab some headlines, so please try to engage with your local media outlets as well as sharing posts on the World Squash Day social media pages.
We hope to see hundreds of posts this weekend of Club Ambassadors hitting a ball against a wall outside some iconic locations and by players, coaches and parents posting about why they love squash.
Please remember to add the following hashtags to your posts #whyilovesquash #NSIHadSquashInMyThanksgiving #SquashNS #SquashCanada