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Irving’s and the Twitter Special

A little over a week ago, Irving’s became the first business (that we know of) in State College to offer a special deal to its Twitter followers.

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We thought the special was interesting– and delicious– so we visited Irving’s a few days ago to talk to owner Marya Schoenholtz about the promotion.

Irving’s isn’t the only business to use social media in State College. Check out this Collegian article for a few more examples (though most of them are only on Facebook and MySpace).

Does your business Tweet? Let us know in the comments!

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