by Bill Grile
In 1911, Paul Harris wrote that Life in Rotary should be a rational mixture of business, civic activities, and good fellowship. He launched Rotary for like-minded business professionals to amplify their fellowship and through Rotary, to strengthen businesses as well as communities. The D5110 Rotary Business Network (RBN) builds on these core principles established over a century ago. After all, wouldn’t you rather do business with a Rotarian?
This week D5110 salutes Port Orford Rotarian Eric Oberbeck and Cascadia Geoservices, Inc.. See more about the company at Cascadia Geoservices Inc. | Rotary Business Network and Cascadia Geoservices | Geotechnical Engineering – Washington and Oregon | Home. Cascadia Geoservices, Inc.. is a locally owned engineering firm that serves the Pacific Northwest with extensive knowledge of the region’s geology and soil conditions.
Every D5110 Rotarian with a business or profession is entitled to a FREE listing in the Rotary Business Network directory. If you have a known business identified through DACdb, your business is already listed. If your business is not listed, click on our listing information and add your business with either a FREE listing or select one of the upgrade opportunities providing greater visibility. See how it works here.