RMB District 6970 is a group of Northeast Florida Rotarians and Professional Rotaractors networking with other Rotarians. We share a common belief that we should honor the roots of our great worldwide organization and support one another in business guided by the core principles of Rotary. RMB provides a structure to bring business relationships back into Rotary in a way that supplements rather than competes with the service and fellowship aspects of our clubs. When we are able to provide opportunities to strengthen the businesses represented in Rotary, our members will be stronger, thus creating stronger clubs. In addition, we encourage Rotarians to bring guest to these meetings, which WILL increase the membership of your individual clubs.
We have hosted 3 very successful RMB District events this Rotary year with our next event at the District Conference on May 17th in Daytona! Information on these events is distributed via the Club Presidents or the clubs’ RMB ambassadors.
RMB provides a structure to bring business relationships back into Rotary in a way that supplements rather than competes with the service and fellowship aspects of Rotary.
When we are able to provide opportunities to strengthen the businesses represented at Rotary, our members will be stronger creating stronger clubs.
Stronger clubs automatically mean Rotary itself is stronger, The Rotary Foundation is stronger, and therefore we are able to do more to make our communities stronger.
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Rotary Means Business District 6970
RMB encourages Rotarians to support the success of other Rotarians by doing business with their fellow Rotarians and by referring others to them.
When District 6970 reached out to other Rotarians, we discovered everyone shared the desire to have a method to connect with business professionals within the district.
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How RMB Works
The district is divided in to five RMB regions:
Each of the five regions have an evening cocktail/social/networking/RMB meeting on a regular basis. These events rotate among Rotary member businesses.
Rotarians are encouraged to visit RMB meetings in other regions to further expand their network and the value of RMB.
There will be be one or more district-wide events each year.
There is a variety of activities and meeting structures that can be considered.
We are looking for District RMB Ambassadors for each of our 5 regions:
East Jacksonville — Jacksonville East and Amelia Island
West Jacksonville — Jacksonville West-Orange Park
St. Johns & Putnum Counties
Volusia & Flagler Counties
Each region is encouraged to arrange an evening cocktail/social/networking/RMB meeting on a regular basis. These events are typically held at Rotary members businesses around the district. And, Rotarians are encouraged to visit RMB meetings in other regions to further expand their network and the value of RMB.
There are a variety of activities and meeting structures that can be considered to ensure success. And, RMB meetings can be considered as a Rotary meeting-makeup event! If you are interested in learning more about becoming an RMB Ambassador, please call Shelley Morgan at 904-612-8484 (email@example.com) to assist you. In addition, check out our website at www.RMB6970.org.
RMB members are encouraged to join the RMB Fellowship at www.RMB6970.org.
RMB’s annual fee: $30 based on the Rotary year (July 1 -June 30) or $10-$15 a meeting which covers the cost of cocktails/appetizers.
What others are saying about RMB
|“I believe that Rotary Means Business will greatly expand the value and impact of Rotary by offering additional business networking opportunities throughout our District 6970.”||“I am very pleased that Rotary Means Business is re-opening the door to one of Rotary’s founding tenets: The opportunity and privilege to engage with fellow Rotarians on a business and/or professional basis.”|
|Charles Allen D6970 Director Rotary Leadership Institute Rotary Club of Gainesville||PDG Percy Rosembloom SaniGLAZE Rotary Club of Jacksonville|
|“One of the earliest requirements of Rotarians was to network with each other to find business opportunities. RMB returns to those early roots of Rotary by creating an opportunity that can help attract and retain members.”||“Looking forward to more business networking with fellow Rotarians. If you have ever been concerned about the vulnerability of your data, we should talk.”|
|Mike Darraguh co-Chair D6970 Membership Development Rotary Club of South Jacksonville||Sean Mullholland Mullholland Investigation & Computer Forensics Rotary Club of Jacksonville|
|“I’d rather get to really know 50 Business Rotarians than meet 250 “connections”. I’m excited about the potential impact a strong RMB group on all of us, our clubs, and the community.”||“I am very excited to be able to more effectively network with my fellow Rotarians.”|
|Mark Vickers RMB 6970 Champion Speaking Is Selling Rotary Club of Jacksonville||Jeanie Taras, CFP RMB 6970 North Champion UBS Rotary Club of Jacksonville|