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AKRON, Ohio To reach more of tomorrow’s technicians, Tomorrow’s Technician (TT) magazine has created a Facebook page for professional technicians, student technicians, industry experts and consumers to learn more about TT’s exceptional editorial and special offers from advertisers.
The Tomorrow’s Technician Facebook page also provides a place for readers, professionals and consumers to interact and learn from each other. To find the page, simply search for “Tomorrow’s Technician” on www.Facebook.com. In addition, by signing up to become a fan on Facebook, people can receive a special 2009 planner.
“We created our Facebook page to provide an open forum for our student and instructor readers to reach each other, and other professionals in the automotive industry," said Beth Skove, publisher of Tomorrow’s Technician.
“In print, we can only reach 50,000 student technicians and automotive instructors. By creating a Facebook page, we can allow the whole world to interact with tomorrow’s technicians. We feel it is a nice complement to our recently redesigned website, www.tomorrowstechnician.com, which contains all of our technical editorial, as well as blogs, downloadable photos and videos and an entire TT community."
Added TT editor Ed Sunkin, "We encourage Tomorrow’s Technician fans to go to both our website and our Facebook page to learn more about this great industry."
And, by becoming a Tomorrow’s Technician "friend" on Facebook, you can receive a 2009 TT Planner from Tomorrow’s Technician. This offer is available to the first 25 new "friends."