Autism Awareness In Darts Expands Overseas

It is with great pleasure to announce that Autism Awareness In Darts now has a new subsidiary – Autism Awareness In Darts USA.

Already appointed AAID Ambassador Jay Vargo will undergo this new role in leading AAID in America forward, where he will be focusing on autism awareness through the sport we all love that is darts from his country.

The USA is physically one of the biggest countries in the world, meaning that there will be millions of people who have autism or know someone who has it. This, alongside with Americans developing an ever growing interest in the game, it was a logical decision to form and create a subsidiary in raising awareness of autism.

Both Jay and I see massive potential in this and can see only positives with this project. This is the start of something big for autism awareness and AAID as a non-for-profit.

Three New AAID Ambassadors

2021 continues to be positive for AAID as the founder has brought in three new ambassadors to the team who all have one major thing in common – producing darts related content on YouTube.

The three new faces in question are LoveDartsUK, Neil’s Darts and High Roller Radio. They will be assisting the founder with promoting and representing AAID as a non-for-profit organisation via their respective YouTube channels.

Each of these three channels are proud to represent AAID and are behind the cause.

AAID now has seven YouTube channels who represent AAID, they are:

  1. The Darts Referee
  2. SoftTipCentralUK
  3. Dartwolf180
  4. LoveDartsUK
  5. High Roller Radio
  6. Neil’s Darts
  7. Matthew Edgar (Although his main job is being a professional dart player, so he comes under that bracket)

Statement From Founder

“I personally would like to welcome these three YouTubers to the team – they produce some fabulous darts related content and it is great to see that they feel honoured to be a part of the cause. It is important that we establish ourselves on YouTube platforms and we have seven of the biggest independent darts channels behind us. It is truly a great day for AAID in that aspect.” – Henry Cheal