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Build It and They Will Come!

Are you looking for some ideas for membership growth to achieve your club’s Toastmaster field of dreams? Come to our next D25 Marketing Workshop on Saturday, October 19th from 1-3 pm. Our Region Advisor Linda Williams will be leading the training.   In this interactive session you will explore ways to get more members for...

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When Your Club Needs a Hand. . .

Call on the Helping Hands program! Helping Hands is for clubs whose membership is down and who feel that it would be beneficial to have extra hands and fresh ideas to make their club meetings stronger. The goal of Helping Hands is to re-energize the existing members and help turn visitors into members. A Helping...

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Good meetings keep members coming

Are your meetings good enough to keep your members coming back? Well-run meetings are at the top of the list in retaining members. People want to feel their time is not wasted. Our members deserve a meeting that is organized, starts and ends on time, and is fun and informative.  Here’s another reason why is it...

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Communicating With Members

One of the keys to our district’s well-being and success is including and engaging all our members. Open communication is a prime ingredient in keeping everyone informed and up to date on what is happening, what needs to happen and the opportunities that exist for them. This begins our interactive marketing blog, which will provide...

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Saving a Club, Helping Real People

Would you help a child? Of course you would! Most of us would freely give our time to help a child in need. But, would you help a club? What if a struggling club needs your help? Would you help them?  Just for a moment, don’t think of it as a club; think of it...

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How Pictures Can Speak for Your Club

  Brendon Payne Community newspapers are always looking for content. Forget the big guys — they will likely ignore your submission. Look for small, local papers who NEED content that covers your area. It’s true; pictures say a thousand words. Send the paper a decent quality picture of your officers’ installation, winners of a club...

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