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Business Partnership Scheme

The worldwide Rotary movement aims to encourage the ideal of service as a basis of worthy enterprise. Many businesses share the same ideals of service to their communities but are not sure how to contribute in a meaningful way.
The Rotary Club of Seaford are introducing a Business Partnership Scheme that offers local businesses the opportunity to associate themselves with the Rotary movement and the chance to join like-minded people in identifying and meeting the needs of our local community.
Jitenda Vara of Business Partner Seaford Osteopathic Clinic said “I am pleased to be associated with Seaford Rotary Club. It’s a way that my business can support the local community”. Dan and Josh Tansley of Business Partner Tansleys Printers Limited are “very happy to support the Rotary Club and the excellent work they do in the community”. Mark and Alan Flowers of Business Partner V R Flowers and Son are “pleased to be associated with this excellent Business Partnership Scheme”.
The annual fees from Business Partners will contribute to the funds raised by Rotary Club members. The funds realised by the Business Partners Scheme will go directly to good causes.
As part of the scheme Business Partners will have their own logos or business cards on the Seaford Rotary Club website and can use the Business Partner logo on their stationery.
Rotarian Tony Osborne has been introducing local business to the scheme and welcoming them as members. Local businesses who are interested in joining the scheme should contact him on 07775606499 or 01323 732079, and he will be pleased to meet you to explain the benefits of becoming a Business Partner.


posted: Friday, 12 January 2018

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