Rotary District 7505 Video Series will be highlighting Club special projects and impactful fundraising activities.
If your Rotary Club would like to participate and share your story, sign up here >
Any questions, please email our PIC at >
Follow the developing series of videos on the District YouTube channel here >
- Updated 28 Mar 2024

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  Assembly Training - April 20, 2024
  Rotary and YouTube - Why Rotary District 7505 Started "Behind the Wheel" and Tips for a Great Interview
   At the 2024 District 7505 Assembly, DG Elect Steve Neuner, left, interviewed "Behind the Wheel" host Peter Bertheaud.
   The interview was part of the District's annual Training Assembly, for incoming Club officers, held Saturday, April 20th, 2024 on the campus of the Burlington County Institute of Technology in Westampton, NJ
   Peter is a member and past President of the Marlton Rotary Club and a member of the D7505 Public Image Committee.
   The Q&A exchange included an array of topics including:
   - How the channel came about;
   - What the benefits are to having a YouTube Channel for the District;
   - And what makes for a good podcast/YouTube interview.
   Direct Link to Interview:
         -   Posted 22 April 2024
  • Behind the Wheel Interview: Bill Ridgway
  • Conversation with Rotary District 7505 Membership Chair
About The District 7505 Public Image Committee

The goal of this Public Image committee is to help clubs raise the profile of Rotary in District 7505 and to offer support to the 72 clubs across the district with resources, education, and consulting. 

The committee oversees the district's social media activity, publishes the district video newsletter, serves as the media liaison, and offers training and consulting to clubs with their own marketing needs. 

Join The Public Image Committee

As Rotarians, we are all public image ambassadors tasked with the privilege of communicating our impact both locally and globally.  
Rotarians serving on leadership and/or public image committees are tasked with an additional responsibility: keeping the Rotary brand intact. This ensures that our communications — print, digital, voice, etc. — will always look, feel, and sound unmistakably like Rotary. No matter the member, no matter the club. How we communicate our message to the world is vital to our future.

Through a consistent Rotary image and a clear, compelling voice, we are enhancing our legacy as one of the most respected organizations in the world.

Follow the Rotary District Public Image Forum on Facebook!
Look us up!  Search on Facebook for "Rotary_D7505_PI_Forum"

For more information, contact Ralph Cooper, Public Image Chair, District 7505, by email 

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