Vendors are a wealth of information about Rotary related products and services. What's new, what works and what doesn’t work. Whether or not you are a buyer, the information these vendors offer is a valuable resource for your club. Be sure to check out these vendors during your time at PETS.
In 2020 we celebrated 100 years of Service to Rotarians. From our beginnings in 1920 to today, we have become the world's largest and most respected provider of Rotary Club supplies, awards, personalized gifts, apparel, signage and more. We proudly serve Rotarians, Rotary Clubs and Districts around the globe, and we also provide companies and organizations with their branding and merchandise needs.
As an official Rotary International Licensee, DACdb takes care of your member management and helps you focus on your goals and service to your community. DACdb also helps districts and clubs around the world improve member communication and community outreach. Less time / less stress is the key to your Rotary success!
Exhibitors bring interesting projects and potential partnerships for you to consider for your Rotary club. Be sure to stop by the exhibits to discuss these interesting projects and programs during your breaks at GLRPETS.
Transforming lives with the gift of mobility. Wheels of Hope is a unique 501 (c) 3 international leadership project of the Rotary Club of Traverse City, Michigan, and a partnership agreement with four Rotary Clubs located in Jos, Nigeria. Our work is also supported by the Polio Survivors Rotary Action group and Rotary International.
HANWASH (Haiti National Clean Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Initiative) is a collaborative national initiative to provide thoughtfully managed sustainable clean water and sanitation to all the citizens of Haiti, along with the associated health, community and economic benefits. This initiative is led by RI District 7020 and DINEPA, along with other non-governmental organization partners, such as Haiti Outreach and Pure Water for the World.
Natural disasters and conflicts never take days off, and neither do we.
Shelter is so much more than just a roof. It’s the foundation for life, families and communities. It is a place to feel safe after days or weeks of fear. It offers protection from harsh weather, privacy, and helps to preserve dignity. It’s a space to heal from trauma. By providing emergency shelter and tools for displaced families, we’re transforming despair into hope.
Purple pinkies serve as symbols for polio immunizations, for a minimum donation of $1.00 (the cost of a single immunization), volunteers will color pinkies purple. Funds raised will go toward Rotary International's End Polio Now efforts. The Purple Pinkie is symbolic - vaccinators in poorer countries paint indelible purple ink on to the little finger of the left hand.
Our 4-Way-Test soccer ball is the only Rotary branded soccer ball available.
The soccer ball contains the 4-Way-Test in 16 languages and is a perfect ‘leave behind’ for traveling Rotarians. Kids worldwide love soccer. What a great way to spread the word of Rotary!