Running a blues club is not easy. That is a sentiment you are likely to hear from anyone who has ever tried to run that sort of a club. There are three main challenges associated with the running of a blues club: the challenges on whose account running of a blues club can be a daunting task.
The first challenge associated with the running of a blues club is that of getting new people to sign up as members. There are only so many people who can understand the concept of a blues club, and only so many who can actually sign up to be members of such a club.
The second challenge associated with the running of a blues club is that of getting the people who are already signed up as members to actually attend meetings. Attending such meetings entails sacrificing time: a resource that many people find hard to spare.
The third challenge associated with the running of a blues club is that of getting the members to pay their subscription fees. Often, you have to keep on sending reminders, for the members to eventually pay their subscription fees. Thus, if you use SBCGlobal email for the purpose of sending reminders, then you may find yourself having to keep on visiting and revisiting www.sbcglobal.net (that is, going to the Sbcglobal.net email site, as described at www.sbcglobalnetemail.org). This is something you’d be doing to send email reminders, for the members to ultimately pay up their subscriptions. But you can find consolation in the fact that even serious associations, such as YMCA also sometimes have a bit of hard time getting members to pay up their dues. It is not that people are mean — it is just that money is often hard to get, for most people at least.