A prominent business leader recently joined your Rotary club. They run a global business and their customers are primarily Rotary members. This new member doesn’t seem interested in club activities or service projects. Every year, your club selects members to send to the Rotary Convention, and your club’s leaderships selects this new member to attend as they think it will inspire them to get more involved within Rotary. The member mentions they plan to exhibit a booth promoting their business in the House of Friendship for the entire convention and don’t anticipate having time to attend general or breakout sessions. It seems the only reason this member joined Rotary is to grow their business.
What would you do?