* Call your neighborhood or city newspaper and let them know you have a new club and are looking for publicity. They may have a community activities column you can add your club to. They may also send a reporter to your club to interview and take photos.
* Put notices on bulletin boards in laundromats, grocery stores and anywhere else you see one.
* Carry club business cards with you that you can give people if SCRABBLE comes up in the conversation. Google "free business cards" and take advantage of offers. You can also use a greeting card software or other software to print your own on to print at home with Avery or other products that have business card stock.
* Club Dues, if desired: This varies depending on club expenses and prize funds. Some club dues contribute toward tournament playing room costs. Sometimes club dues provide club prizes, either weekly, monthly or yearly. Club dues can go toward yearly tournament expenses.
== Expert Point Certificates ==
Some clubs use Expert Points (one point for each club game win) to encourage and celebrate club achievements. They can be a motivating factor for the newcomer to continue attending your club. Those certificates reflect many hard-fought victories.
Certificates may only be awarded to current members of NASPA. It is up to the club director to notify the [[Club Committee]] [mailto:email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org] which Expert Award certificates should be awarded and what level. Levels of achievement are: 50, 100, 250, 500, 1000, 2000 and 3000 Club wins.