Public Image

Logos and Template Downloads for District 6360

If you are looking to create a club logo, the Rotary Brand Center is the place to go for all things Rotary brand related and it is the only choice for authorized use of the Rotary name and logo.

The Brand Center is organized into three sections:

Our brand Learn about the elements that make up our brand, how to promote Rotary and your club, and how to use our People of Action materials to strengthen Rotary’s brand.

Templates Create your own club, district, and zone logos and promotional materials with easy-to-use and customizable templates. If you’re new to the Brand Center, start here: Rotary Brand Center 

Downloads Download ready-made promotional materials, including print and digital ads, images, videos, and audio.


Please be sure to download this ultimate guide for Rotary, Rotaract and Interact logos (includes a checklist for usage)
Rotary Logos at a Glance – PDF

Rotary’s brand colors should be used to create a consistent look across all Rotary communications.Each color includes formulations for the following uses:

  • Pantone™ colors for print
  • CMYK for 4-color process print
  • Hexadecimal for web
  • RGB for digital

Rotary Brand Colors here

Build recognition for your club by using the Rotary fonts. Discover which fonts you need to create Rotary-branded materials for print and online use.

Fonts and typography here


Marketing materials

The People of Action message provides a simple, consistent answer to the question,
“What is Rotary?” and rallies us around a single idea: telling — and showing — the world that we are people of action. Use templates to create your own powerful content for social media and websites

For presentations: PowerPoint templates and virtual backgrounds

Be sure to use up-to-date visual branding in your presentations.
Rotary-branded PowerPoint template
Rotary background for virtual meetings

Use compelling images, videos, and audio recordings to engage people in the Rotary story and help your club communicate effectively.
Download professionally produced photographs and video to use in your presentation

Public relations

Promoting Rotary to the general public can be as simple as wearing your Rotary pin or as elaborate as organizing an integrated marketing campaign.
Learn more about Rotary Public Relations

Using the Rotary name

https://brandcenter.rotary.org/en-us/help-and-faq/faq/using-the-rotary-name Find answers to common questions about using the Rotary name.

Licensing

https://brandcenter.rotary.org/en-us/help-and-faq/faq/licensing Find answers to common questions about how to create and purchase Rotary-branded merchandise.

Merchandise

https://brandcenter.rotary.org/en-us/our-brand/promote-rotary/merchandise Learn about Rotary’s licensed vendors and how to customize Rotary-branded merchandise.

 

Public Image Committee Chairs

All the club Public Image Chairs are automatically added to this committee when they are designated to that position within their club. Then, the district chair can easily communicate with all the club chairs to assist them with conducting activities associated with public image. Strengthening and supporting Rotary’s public image is possible through Rotary’s Brand Center.

Charles G. Asher
Battle Creek
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Christine Bowman
Jonesville
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Kathy Forsythe
Vicksburg
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Heather Goupil
Mason
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Deborah Guthrie
Haslett-Okemos
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Karen Heath
Hastings
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Kirk A. Hoffman
Jackson-Breakfast
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Keisha Alexis-Davee Howe
Charlotte
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Dana Hullinger
South Haven
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William Lewis
Climax
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Keith Mumma
Kalamazoo
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Amanda L Rogers
Eaton Rapids
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Wyoma Smith
Delton Area
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Abbigail (Abby) Stalker
Ionia
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Ryan Underhill
Marshall
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Kyra Utroske
Benton Harbor-Sunrise
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Jennifer L Zerrenner
St. Joseph & Benton Harbor
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Nancy Peterson
Kalamazoo
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