Smoke, drink, gamble and blow stuff up — it's for the children
Someone’s gonna get a new baseball field out of this.
There is a lot of youth sports fundraising and product-selling going on that makes selling candy or cookie dough look as wholesome as a Little League-sponsored organic farmers’ market.
In Walcott, Iowa, you can buy beer from the concession stands at Little League games.
In the Canadian province of Nova Scotia, one dollar from the sale of each carton of cigarettes on the Shubenacadie First Nation community will go toward funding fees for youth sports registration.
In Minnesota, the Rochester Amateur Sports Commission brags that it has distributed $50,000 over the last 18 months from proceeds of charitable gambling.
In California, more than likely the stand where you’re buying your fireworks is partnered with a youth sports league that gets some of the proceeds.
You want marijuana legalized? Find a way to sell the idea you’re using it to give money back to youth sports, or to kids’ programs in general. It worked for state lotteries!