Public Relations Achievement Award

Be an inspirational leader as Vice President of Public Relations and win the Public Relations Achievement Award by completing all four qualifying criteria and as many optional activities as you can accomplish until the deadline. Copies of all materials must be submitted by March 1.

The VPPR with the most points wins a prize valued at more than $100.00, at the District Conference.

Download the Pulblic Relations Achievement Award contest guidelines (pdf)

Download the Public Relations Achievement Award Checklist (pdf)

Download the Pulblic Relations Achievement Award contest checklist  (pdf)

  • All entries that complete the qualifying criteria will receive a prize.
  • All VPPRs in the Founder's District are eligible to participate.
  • VPPR or club representative must be present at the Spring District Conference to win.
Category Qualifying Criteria Points
Information List your club’s current meeting time, location, web site, etc. on the Toastmasters International site. 10
Planning Submit an action plan with target dates for your accomplishments. 10
Training Attend Vice President of Public Relations Officer Training. 10
Visitors Number of guests that visit your club – triple points if they join a club.

2 each


Category Optional Activities Points
Calendar Have your club’s activities and meetings listed on community calendars either online or in printed publications. 5 each
Magazines Distribute Toastmaster magazine to doctor and dentist waiting rooms, repair shops, hair and nail salons, etc – include your club’s current contact information. 5 each
Meeting Attend an Area or Division Council meeting. 10 each
Newsletter Have an article printed in a company newsletter – double points if VP of PR produces a club newsletter. 5 each
Orientation Create a “New Member Packet” for visitors to your club. 5 each
Orientation Have your company’s Human Resources department include Toastmasters information in new employee hire paperwork. 5 each
Press Submit a press release to local media (i.e. newspaper, e-zine, etc.) 5 each
PSA Submit a Public Service Announcement (PSA) to TV or radio. 5
Publicity Display Toastmasters bumper sticker or license plate frame. 5
Publicity Create club/officer business cards. 5
Publicity Place a Toastmasters sign in front of your meeting place. 5
Publicity Speak about the benefits of Toastmasters to local colleges and businesses. 15 each
Publicity Help coordinate a community event and publicize Toastmasters. 25 each
Publicity Have a local, state, or federal politician honor a specific club event or anniversary with a proclamation – triple points if they attend or you have local media cover and report on the event. 25 each
Training Conduct a Speech Craft – points per number of project weeks. 10 each
Web Create or maintain a club web site. 15 each
Web Enter your club web site into the Diamond Web Award. 25
Web Enter the Founders Film Award. 50 each




Send your achievements to:

Public Relations Manager

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Include the following:

Club Name and Number

VP of PR Name, Number, & Email

Supporting documentation


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