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World Headquarters is the principal place of business of [[Toastmasters International]], according to the [[Toastmasters International]] website.  The CEO is [[Daniel Rex]] and the headquarters is located in Rancho Santa Margarita, CA as of June 2016.  In addition to being the principal place of business, World Headquarters also hosts a [[Ralph C. Smedley]] museum.
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World Headquarters is the principal place of business of [[Toastmasters International]], according to the [[Toastmasters International]] website.  The CEO is [[Daniel Rex]] and the headquarters was located in Rancho Santa Margarita, CA as of June 2016, but moved to Colorado (see below).
  
See also [[2016 proposals]]. Proposal A passed, and there were plans to move [[World Headquarters]] to the Denver area in two or three years, once a suitable location could be found.  In October 2016, it was announced that the location would be in Englewood, Colorado.  
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In addition to being the principal place of business, World Headquarters also hosts a [[Ralph C. Smedley]] museum.
  
A visit to World Headquarters by a [[member]] can win a [[club]] a star in the [[District F| District's]] [[star program]].
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See also [[2016 proposals]].  Proposal A passed, and there were plans to move [[World Headquarters]] to the Denver area in two or three years, once a suitable location could be found.  In October 2016, it was announced that the location would be in Englewood, Colorado. In 2018, World Headquarters completed its move to Colorado.
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A visit to World Headquarters by a [[member]] could win a [[club]] a star in the [[District F| District's]] [[star program]] in 2016-17.

Latest revision as of 18:59, 16 May 2018

World Headquarters is the principal place of business of Toastmasters International, according to the Toastmasters International website. The CEO is Daniel Rex and the headquarters was located in Rancho Santa Margarita, CA as of June 2016, but moved to Colorado (see below).

In addition to being the principal place of business, World Headquarters also hosts a Ralph C. Smedley museum.

See also 2016 proposals. Proposal A passed, and there were plans to move World Headquarters to the Denver area in two or three years, once a suitable location could be found. In October 2016, it was announced that the location would be in Englewood, Colorado. In 2018, World Headquarters completed its move to Colorado.

A visit to World Headquarters by a member could win a club a star in the District's star program in 2016-17.