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The Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix may be all about old cars, but we do “get it”. You can follow our news and blogs, view photos and videos or just learn more about our event and the great people that are a part of our organization. …and of course we’re always looking for more pictures and stories so please share them with us.
Foursquare – Are you visiting us from a mobile phone or tablet? You’re going to love our Foursquare page! Give us a follow & see what we’re up to!
Foursquare Schenley Racing Circuit – You will love this list! Click the link for a complete track map, check in at your favorite viewing corner and leave at tip for us!
Foursquare PVGP Event Venues – Here’s all the places we do stuff! Add it to your follow list as well
Foursquare Schenley Park International Car Shows – Find the car shows on the weekend. Checkin, leave tips and you never know…. there could be a special gift at some of those locations when you visit!
Facebook Our Facebook page has been growing and growing! It’s a great way to meet other fans and see some great things you may have missed. Be sure and give us a LIKE.
Twitter Our Twitter feed is real time information about news and all events that are #PVGP related (That’s our hashtag by the way so be sure and use it so we see what you have to say!) Give us a follow @PghVintageGP or just click the twitter link to find us.
We are grateful to PVGP volunteer Bernard Martin, of Rapid Production Marketing, for leading our social media efforts. His knowledge and insight have helped the Grand Prix build an impressive netowrk of social media with thousands of followers.
LinkedIn Company – You can find out more about the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix on our Company Page. It includes information on our events and is very helpful for companies and organizations interested in sponsorship of the PVGP
LinkedIn Group – We also have a LinkedIn group. So many of us have become friends though our love of cars and racing and we sometimes forget that we may also share professional interests. Our PVGP group is a great place to connect and learn more about the folks you’ve met at the PVGP
YouTube – YES! We have tons of video and YES we are always looking for more! Lots more video! If you have some videos send us at link firstname.lastname@example.org or just leave us a message on YouTube. We’ve set up some playlists for you to find your specific interests as well so be sure and check it out!
Flikr – We have a Flikr page which is where we get many of the pictures for out website but we also have a great little Flikr Group. If you’ve got pictures on Flikr then share them on the Group! Your picture could end up on our website! (…and we’re always looking for crowd shots of people admiring cars) Thanks to Tom Dressel for creating and managing the Flikr Group.
- See more at: http://www.pvgp.org/media/social-media/#sthash.YlHFCGBq.dpuf
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