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Ignite the public relations engine: VPPR are the answer!
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Ignite the public relations engine: VPPR are the answer!

Thad Mantaro, District Public Relations Manager   Toastmasters provides many incredible opportunities for members to develop new skills, meet great friends, and find ways to lead in their club. A Vice President Public Relations (VPPR) officer plays a unique role assisting with club communications and serving as the communications engine of club events and activities....

Rules of the Road-Club Success Workshop
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Rules of the Road-Club Success Workshop

By Chris Raneri, DTM, Club Growth Director Remember when we could just make up our own rules to conduct business in our Toastmasters clubs?  Oh wait! We always had to follow parliamentary procedures, we just didn’t know what they were or how to implement them.  Club business like elections, passing motions, and budgeting are common...

D25’s International Visitor
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D25’s International Visitor

by Jamie Pickering Help me welcome, President Deepak…, International Vice Deepak…, Toastmasters International First Vice President Deepak Menon! It took us a couple times to get the title right, but we’ll never mistake the impact Deepak Menon had on our district. The plan was simple; hand out some corporate awards, make some marketing calls, attend...

3 Ways to Share Your News
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3 Ways to Share Your News

We want to hear what is happening with you and your club. 1. Join the d25 Toastmasters Bulletin Board on Facebook and post your exciting news to share with the rest of District 25. 2. Send pictures of your event, along with the date and a brief description, to pics@d25toastmasters.org. Then the images will be posted in...

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Experience Excellence Leader Opportunity

Happy New Year! Okay, I know it’s July, but it is the start of the new Toastmasters’ year. It’s time to start with a clean slate, high expectations, and new goals. There are many great opportunities for you to “Experience Excellence” in the district. Our district focus this year is really all about you, the...

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Being Visitor Ready

This is a season of open houses and special meetings.  Below are some suggestions to help visitors contact your club more easily. Please look at your club website, company website, Meetup page, Facebook page, etc. through the eyes of a visitor who has never visited your club. Is the club meeting information current throughout the...

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A Sure-Fire Way to Get New Members

Please join us on Saturday, March 12, 2016 to learn the ins and outs of holding a stellar open house. If done correctly, it is a sure-fire way to get new members. There will be lunch, handouts, freebies and lots of ideas. You will receive answers to the following questions and more: How can we...

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Nationstar Speaks Goes on Tour

The Plan by Edward Babino, VP MembershipHow do you figure out how your club is viewed? The best way to know would be to just ask. We started with a brief survey of questions to understand what our peers think of our club. Or if they even knew about Nationstar Speaks in their building. The...

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End of Year Orders to TI

At the end of each calendar year, Toastmasters World Headquarters conducts inventory. During this time, orders cannot be placed online or via fax, mail or email. Please plan ahead and request the following before 11:59 p.m. (Pacific Time) on December 20:  This includes orders for: Supply orders New member applications and kits Charter kits Education...

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Drawing in the Crowds

A struggle for many corporate clubs is the advantage/disadvantage that comes with a set pool of potential members to draw from. Security concerns and geographic locations hold equal barriers to a small club with an employee base of 40 to draw from and larger corporate-sponsored clubs that could have as many as 300 employees to...

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