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By Daniel Sandars, Public Relations Manager
An open night (or Open House or Guest Night) highlights and engages an entire club and helps it grow. Open nights can have refreshments, decorations and a headliner speaker. They are an all-round fun night.
Support: The District 71 Website has a page full of tips and ideas. http://d71toastmasters.org/open-night/.
STOP PRESS: Toastmasters International have released new Open House Flyer Designs https://www.toastmasters.org/resources/open-house-flier
Remember there are additional incentives you can build on around your Open Night, such as an external PR event, a new PR channel or activity, or a Promotional Club Video See http://d71toastmasters.org/incentives/
Simply send your Open Night guest list, highlight those that joined, and tell me about the PR channels you used. They can be back dated to Open Nights held after the summer break from 1st September 2018 EMAIL ME
For Example: campus-based Cranfield Speakers (Division H) had a stall at two freshers fairs, did poster and leaflet drops around campus, created an Open Night event on Meetup and Facebook and gave additional social media publicity on Twitter and Instagram. They had 133 new inquiries of which 80 attended the open night and ten had joined within two months
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To aid transparency all info that I receive pertaining to PR incentives can be checked out!
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