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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....

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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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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Announcing the D25 Toastmasters Bulletin Board!

District 25 has a new way for members to communicate… the D25 Toastmasters Bulletin Board on Facebook. It is a place where members can share information on topics of interest that are not necessarily District-related. If you wish to be a member of this group, please send a request to join from the Group page...

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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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District 25 Booth at Lewisville Western Days

Lewisville Western Days is an annual community festival held on the last weekend of September.  Over 25,000 people visit the festival which features live music, kids’ activities, and booths from community organizations and local businesses.  District 25 participated this year with a booth. Thanks to all the work of nine different clubs with 17 volunteers...

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How’s Your Brand?

Do you remember “rebranding”? Back in 2011, Toastmasters International changed its brand for the first time in 70 years, updating the logo, colors, fonts, imagery and messaging to make the Toastmasters identity clearer, and to increase awareness of its impact around the world and its focus on leadership. Here in District 25 our aim is...

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Make Finding Your Club Easy With a Map

Have you made it perfectly clear how visitors can find your club? Let’s check out an important way for them to do so — the Club Information page on the Toastmasters International website. Here’s the page for Afterburners Club #6191: http://reports.toastmasters.org/findaclub/zoomclub.cfm?ClubNumber=6191   Look at your own club’s page by changing the club number in the URL. (Or...

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