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Public Image & Communications District Chair: Ken Miller  Emerald & District

Why Public Image is Important
Rotary Branding
Rotary Marketing Materials
Public Image and Communications Team

1.Why Public Image is Important

To enable Rotary to grow, develop and remain relevant, it is essential that we continue to promote Rotary’s achievements both locally and internationally to the greater community, this assists us to bring your club and Rotary in general to the attention of potential new members and gives a sense of pride and satisfaction to our existing members.

2.Rotary Branding

Keeping the Rotary image consistent and recognizable is an important part of the global brand that is Rotary.  All clubs are requested to inventory their usage of Rotary branding materials in all printed, electronic and on-line material.  Ensuring that all uses of the Rotary brand are in line with the RI guidelines is a specific club responsibility.
For all information related to the use of Rotary logos, see the RI Brand Centre at Rotary Brand Centre,  

3.Rotary Marketing Materials

There is an extensive range of marketing tools, strategies and skills available to assist our Rotary clubs to ensure that their projects and events reach the best possible outcome. These are set out in the attached links.
Rotary Learning Centre
District Communications
For further information and assistance: Ken Miller  Emerald & District

4.Public Image & Communications Team

 Ken Miller 
Emerald & District
Editor Governors Newsletter        
 Gordon Pyke  
Editor Highlights/Staying Connected         
 Michael Ellinger   
Oakleigh Clayton Huntingdale
 Ian Ballantine  
Bentleigh Moorabbin Central
 Patricia Carr  
Box Hill Burwood
Web Support & Technical Committee Chair      
 Gus Rozycki 
Social Media                 
 Netania Lim  
Monash Rotaract
Social Media                     
 Kai Xing Goh  
Mont Albert & Surrey Hills
Branding Support                
 Don Borg 
Emerald & District
District Committees Liaison          
 Barrie Vickers  
Stay Connected
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