Andrew Martineau, CEO
Andrew Martineau is an award-winning creative that delivers progressive marketing, advertising strategies and executions that benefit the client by ways of notoriety, innovation and profit.
With a 20+ year career in advertising, marketing and design he has had the pleasure of working for a host of local and multi-national advertising agencies, established companies and start-ups in industries ranging from upscale real estate and resorts to the beauty industry and now most recently as shopping center marketing director and regional director.
He has a unique skill set that combines the experience of an award-winning creative director, designer, publicist, event planner and marketing director that intimately understands every aspect of the marketing mix and can create and execute effective marketing campaigns from concept through to completion.
After five years in the retail and shopping center industry he decided to pursue his entrepreneurial spirit and form his own creative consultancy, UniteUs Group - an entity developed under a new model that unites various creative entities under one umbrella to deliver progressive creative that benefits the client and various communities by ways of notoriety, innovation and profit.
He is a keen observer of life and the role the media plays in shaping the lives, minds and choices of everyday people. The opportunity to study a person or group and create a message that elicits a reaction is what gets him up in the morning and what keeps him up at night. He has been fortunate over his 20+ year career to be able to nurture relationships with a number of individuals in various creative communities including; film, art, music, technology and fashion and those relationships influence his thought process and aid in his problem solving skills.
He is one of the most prolific creators of innovative advertising in this new media landscape and his creative expertise has garnered him numerous feature articles, multiple Addy, Mature Market Media, Florida Direct Marketing, NAHB and Prism awards. In fact, he has won an Addy award at some level each year that he has entered.
While he enjoys working in the industry, Andrew is committed to giving back to the community and industry whenever he can through AAF Greater Fort Lauderdale & the Palm Beaches, Greater Fort Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce, Miami International University of Art & Design and his passion project Art Fort Lauderdale - a revolutionary 4 day art fair that takes place inside waterfront properties on Fort Lauderdale’s intracoastal waterways.
He has also done work for a myriad charity organizations including the American Diabetes Association, Broward Education Foundation, League Against Cancer, LifeNet4Families, Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center and the Seafarer’s House, just to name a few.
CEO and owner of Speech Formula, J.R Steele, M.S. graduated from Ithaca College with a master’s degree in Organizational Communication, Learning and Design. She is thrilled to help her students and clients reach their full potential through the lessons learned in speech. For over a decade she has taught hundreds of speech courses between Barry University and Broward College. Non-profits and corporations frequently call upon her to provide executive coaching and workshops for clients, She enjoys listening to speeches and quite often provides critique and strategic improvement plans to help big name speakers improve. She is the creator of the transformative speech writing web applicationwww.speechformula.com. J.R. lives in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, she loves to travel and experience other cultures.
Rotary Annual Raffle
Annual Rotary Raffle
This is one of our biggest fundraisers of the year!
We need your help to raise money for scholarships
and community projects. The drawing will be held on Jan. 24, 2018.
We have 9 Pirate Crews, each with a Pirate Captain.
Crew member lists are posted at the Club luncheons.
People can purchase tickets or make donations
online through our website:
through the mail, or in person.
FORT LAUDERDALE, FLA. (WSVN) - Two South Florida organizations teamed up to give more than 100 very special children the gift of flight, Saturday.
Challenge Air and the Rotary Club of Fort Lauderdale hosted free 30-minute rides for children with disabilities. Under close supervision, some of the young participants even took over the controls momentarily.
The executive director of Challenge Air said the idea is to use aviation to demonstrate that challenges do not mean limitations. “Our mission is to build confidence and self-esteem in kids with special needs through the gift of flight,” said April Culver.
Challenge Air is a nonprofit established in 1993 by a paraplegic naval aviator. The program has sent over 35,000 children with special needs soaring into the sky.
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