Borrowing Public Image Materials
Promoting a clear message of what Rotary is all about is important. Below, Rotarians will find a number of resources, consistent with the Rotary 'brand', to enhance our publicity.
Items to borrow from District storage for FREE
Make an impact with very smartly branded outdoor display and other items , available for
sharing around the District. The large 'Rotary in the Thames
Valley' feathered flags are very well used.
There are 3 sets of customised pull-up banners: Rotary Effect, International, Youth. Additionally there are 2 x large 4 panel display screens (combine
to give 8 panels) and around 20 laminated A3 display posters, mainly
End Polio and Youth Service.
We have a great 3 x 2 metre Exhibition Stand with monitor for streaming videos, ideal for indoor use at special events. It is a flexible design with 3 adjoining panels so can be curved to fit in a space less than 3m long.
There is also a vertical Literature Stand which can take A4 leaflets
and comes in an easy to carry metal case.
Please contact David Pope (Abingdon) if you would like to borrow any of these.
End Polio Now and Purple4Polio pull up banners and leaflets from Tim Cowling (Faringdon & District)
Visit the Rotary Brand Centre where you can find new resources and templates to help you deliver a clear and compelling story. You will find this in the My Rotary section, which is for members only, so unless already registered, you will be asked for login details (which are your registered email address and your password). Follow the Instructions here
The Media Center is also very useful for press releases and topical videos, particularly when dealing with the media
See the Rotary Shop for a wide range of leaflets and other items
Rotary in Britain and Ireland
The RIBI Online Shop also has a wide range of materials, including leaflets and posters that can be personalised for YOUR club. (login required) These include Rotary's People of Action campaign, specifically designed for the UK. To ensure you select the ideal material for your needs, see the Guidance Notes HERE
End Polio Now resources
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