We had a fantastic first meeting at our new home at New Benefits. For future meetings and guests, here are more detailed instructions about how to get to the building.
Here are the instructions when arriving at New Benefits:
Address: New Benefits – 14240 Proton Road – Dallas, TX, 75252
(Just north of Spring Valley. Building is on east side of street)
Use the side driveway on the south side of the building and drive to the back of the building. Please park near the back of the parking lot, near the fence. Please do not park in the first row closest to the building.
After you park, use the back door entrance by the parking lot. There will be a Toastmasters Entrance sign by this entrance. Ring the door bell if door isn’t open and ask the NB employee to direct you to Stars. Our meeting will be in the Stars Auditorium. When you enter building make a left and the auditorium will be halfway down the hallway on the right.
To all TOT members and guests, we are very excited to announce a new meeting location! The club will now meet at the New Benefits office building at 14240 Proton Rd, Dallas, TX 75244 during our regularly scheduled meeting every Tuesday from noon to 1pm. TOT is still an open club and anyone is welcome to attend! Please park in the front parking lot and enter through the front door. Please note no food is allowed in the club meeting room.
Thank you for your patience while we found a new place, and we hope to see you there this coming Tuesday, December 6!
To all of our members and guests, please note our club is moving to a new location! We will continue to meet at the Pinnacle Tower (previously known as the Occidental Tower), but instead of the Harvest Cafe, we will meet in Conference Room 430.
It’s that time of year! Talk of the Tower is excited to announce our club contest will be held Tuesday, September 20. Contestants will compete for Humorous Speech and Table Topics. Contests are a great way to break out of your comfort zone and try something outside of the club. We encourage visitors on 9/20 to cheer on our club contestants!!
Talk of the Tower Toastmasters invites you to our happy hour this Wednesday, August 17 from 5:30pm to 7:30pm at the Blue Mesa in Addison! Blue Mesa has drink specials and free apps, so please join us to learn more about our club and to get to know our awesome members! Click here to RSVP on Facebook.
Click the image below to watch our video featuring TOT members speaking about how Toastmasters has impacted their lives! We hope to see you there.
For questions, please contact:
Kendall Erskine – VP of PR – email@example.com
Talk of the Tower (TOT) is excited to introduce our new President, Scotty Byers! Our club is
excited to have such a passionate guy leading our club. Scotty is the energizer bunny. He is CEO of scottybyers.com, a professional speaker, personal trainer, and author of The Champions Manifesto, his first book in his Urban Texas Leadership Series. Needless to say, he’s got a lot on his plate, but he’s really made time for his fellow TOTs.
Scotty joined our club in April 2015 to improve his speaking skills and get candid feedback. The biggest thing Toastmasters has done for him is create awareness. He’s now aware that he should smile more, inject humor, slow down, and get rid of crutch words once and for all (dang that clicker)! His goals as President are to continue our growth and help our members achieve their goals through open communication and encouragement.
So, what’s one thing most people DON’T know about Scotty? He’s a big sensitive guy who tears up at the drop of a hat! He’s from Paris, TX, an avid sports fan, married to Alexis and a proud father of two sons – Skye and Breck. Plus two fur babies – Kozzie and Coco!
Hats off to each and every member of Talk of the Tower and congratulations on this incredible achievement! Thank you for the hard work you have put in the past year to make our club soar.
Special shout out to our Area Director, Mickey Bennett, and our Division Director, Terrence McGuire, who sparked a momentum that helped our club exceed its membership goal of 18 members.
What does it mean to be President’s Distinguished? Toastmasters International rates clubs on how well they encourage members to pursue and achieve their personal and professional public speaking and leadership goals. President’s Distinguished is the highest level of recognition possible, meaning our club met at least nine of the ten goals. Select Distinguished is awarded to clubs who meet seven of the ten club goals; and Distinguished Clubs meet five of the ten club goals.
Keep up the good work, team!