What makes a business successful? The right timing, the right place and the right people. Nothing replaces hard work and dedication to customer service. Combining this formula with community service in your local area equals winning!
The Rotary Club of Lake Nona lunch proudly hosted the area’s first Rotary Means Business Fellowship at Bosphorus last month. Rotary Means Business Fellowship encourages Rotarians to support the success of their fellow Rotarians by doing business with them and by referring others to them. Rotarians embrace the foundations of what the Rotary Club was based on more than 100 years ago. Rotarians adhere to the Four Way Test. Is It the Truth? Is It Fair to All Concerned? Will It Build Goodwill and Better Friendships? Will It Be Beneficial to All Concerned?
For more than 112 years, Rotarians’ commitment to adhere to the Four Way Test has proven successful indeed. Rotary is a global network of 1.2 million neighbors, friends, leaders and problem solvers who come together to make positive, lasting change in communities at home and abroad. On Feb. 23, 1905, Paul P. Harris, Gustavus Loehr, Silvester Schiele and Hiram E. Shorey gathered in Loehr’s office for what would become known as the first Rotary club meeting. Harris’ desire for camaraderie among business associates brought together these four men and eventually led to an international organization of service and fellowship.
Networking meetings are held monthly at the business or residence of Rotary Means Business members. There is always plenty of great food and beverages. To check dates or request information for future Rotary Means Business Fellowship meetings, visit the Rotary Club of Lake Nona Lunch website at http://www.lakenonarotary.com.
“If anyone tells you that it is reprehensible to make a dollar or two for the wife and babies from club associates in straightforward business transactions, tell that person that some foreign substance has gotten into his carburetor.”