Club hopes to promote fun of yo-yos

Members of the New York YoYo Club say they're working on making their sport more popular.

Members of the New York YoYo Club say they're working on making their sport more popular.

Members of the New York YoYo Club say they're working on making their sport more popular. (9/11/16)

THE BRONX - Members of the New York YoYo Club say they're working on making their sport more popular.

The club was founded 10 years ago by Bronx resident Joseph O'Neil with a goal of introducing people around the city to the fun of yo-yos.

Club members also say it promotes creativity, camaraderie, competitiveness and teamwork.

The New York YoYo Club meets every Sunday from 2 to 4 p.m., usually in downtown Manhattan.

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