|[January 21, 2014]
District 2 Toastmasters Celebrates Toastmasters International Week
SEATTLE --(Business Wire)--
District 2 Toastmasters, part of Toastmasters International, will be
recognizing February 2-8, 2014 as Toastmasters International Week, as
proclaimed by Washington State Governor Jay Inslee. In his proclamation,
Inslee states that "the ability to speak in a clear and effective manner
is a powerful and important skill that can help overcome barriers to
effective performance in virtually every endeavor and line of work."
"This is a tremendous way to recognize the opportunities to improve
communication and leadership skills that Toastmasters International
provides," said Sandy Malone, District 2 Governor. "I invite anyone
interested in self-improvement to visit a Toastmasters club to see for
themselves how they can benefit."
District 2 Toastmasters includes all of Seattle and stretches western
Washington from Kent to the Canadian border. With more than 180 clubs,
Distric 2 Toastmasters is sure to have a club that meets the needs of
anyone seeking to improve their public speaking or leadership skills.
Guests are always welcome at any Toastmasters Club. To find a
Toastmasters club in District 2 near you, go to http://bit.ly/d2clubs
and click on Advanced Search to enter your city or zip code.
Toastmasters International is a nonprofit educational organization that
teaches public speaking and leadership skills through a worldwide
network of clubs. Founded in October 1924, the organization currently
has more than 280,000 members in 13,500-plus clubs in 116 countries.
Each week, Toastmasters helps more than a quarter million people of
every ethnicity, education level and profession build their competence
in communication so they can gain the confidence to lead others.
For more information about the benefits of Toastmasters, please visit http://www.D2TM.org.
You can also follow @D2Toastmasters on Twitter (News - Alert). If you would like to
have a Toastmaster member address your organization or company please
to request a guest speaker.
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