Create WOW! Toastmasters Club opens meetings to public, seeks new members

Create WOW! Toastmasters Club was chartered in March 2010 with 37 charter members and is hosted by Nokia Siemens Networks, located at 5020 148th Ave. NE, Suite 200 in Redmond.

Create WOW! Toastmasters Club was chartered in March 2010 with 37 charter members and is hosted by Nokia Siemens Networks, located at 5020 148th Ave. NE, Suite 200 in Redmond.

Beginning April 15, meetings will be held each Thursday from 3:30-5 p.m. at that location. Meetings are open to the public.

Create WOW! Club members are professionals working in different fields such as sales, finance, project management and engineering.

The club president, Dzung Vuong, has been a Toastmembers member for a number of years and previously served as president in another successful Toastmasters group in District 2, which won the President’s Distinguished award, the highest states for a Toastmasters Club.

Toastmasters International is a nonprofit organization of nearly 250,000 members in more than 12,500 clubs and in 106 countries, offering proven and enjoyable ways to improve public speaking and leadership skills.

Create WOW! Club’s mantra is “Know How, Speak Now, Create WOW!” The club is seeking new members to improve communication, connect with one another and contribute to the community.

For information, visit http://createwow.freetoasthost.org/.




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