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Perfect Game Joins Facebook and Twitter
Perfect Game Staff        
Published: Friday, October 02, 2009

You like Perfect Game USA, you like Facebook and you like Twitter. Now you can enjoy all three by linking Perfect Game to your Facebook and Twitter accounts. It’s simple and easy.

Maybe you’ve already noticed the Facebook and Twitter icons on the Perfect Game home page. Just go to
www.PerfectGame.org and look on the top right of the home page. You’ll see the “f” for Facebook and the squiggly little “t” for Twitter. Just click on the icon and climb aboard.

You’ll receive the latest news from Perfect Game USA about tournaments, showcases, rankings, feature stories and much more. And you’ll be able to share that information with your friends, family members and followers on the social network sites.

Millions of people use Facebook every day. It’s one of the fastest-growing and best-known sites on the Internet, with more than 200 million users worldwide, according to the New York Times. Facebook was founded in 2004 and has grown tremendously ever since.

Twitter was launched in 2006 and helps you know what your friends (including your friends at Perfect Game) are doing. It helps you stay connected with your friends, relatives and co-workers with “tweets,” the text-based messages. According to a recent study, there are 55 million visits on Twitter each month.

Become a fan of Perfect Game on Facebook or follow the tweets on Twitter to stay up to date on the latest news from Perfect Game.
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