Rotary Club of Omaha and the BBB of Nebraska

BBB Student Service Excellence Awards

Sponsored by BBB's Foundation
with the Rotary Club of Omaha

About the Organizations

Better Business Bureau® (BBB®) Foundation

BBB has been serving the region for more than 70 years and is a private, nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting trust between consumers and the business community. Accountability, education and recognition are key components of BBB's mission to foster trust in the marketplace. Today, BBB has a membership of approximately 9,000 companies in Nebraska, South Dakota, The Kansas Plains and Southwest Iowa. For more information, please visit

Our Vision:
An ethical marketplace where buyers and sellers can trust each other.

Our Mission:
Is to be the leader in advancing marketplace trust. BBB accomplishes this mission by:

  • Creating a community of trustworthy businesses
  • Setting standards for marketplace trust
  • Encouraging and supporting best practices
  • Celebrating marketplace role models, and;
  • Denouncing substandard marketplace behavior

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The Rotary Club of Omaha (Omaha Downtown Rotary)

The Rotary Club of Omaha was founded on August 4, 1911 and affiliated with the National Association of Rotary Clubs in March of 1912. As Rotary Club #37, the club has the distinction of being one of the first hundred Rotary clubs founded.

Of the 13 clubs and 2,500 Rotary members in the Omaha metropolitan area, the Rotary Club of Omaha is one of the largest, with about 200 members. The membership of the club represents a significant cross-section of community leadership and a strong commitment to the growth and welfare of our city.

That commitment is carried out by our members through a range of committees, each focusing on specific avenues of service. While our members and immediate community are an important part of the club's focus, our sense of community extends to the world at large through our international service committees.

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