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Stay Connected with Social Media

VOLUME 1 ISSUE 2 NOVEMBER 2013



Stay Connected with Social Media




Whether you are posting pictures of your Little Leaguer’s® accomplishments for friends and family to see, or trying to find out if a practice has been cancelled, social media is a great way to get information about all Little League® activities. It’s also a great way to stay connected with Little League International Headquarters. Here are some ways to share in the Little League experience online.

Friend and Follow: The best way to stay connected is to be connected. If your local league is active on a social media network, be sure to follow them. If your local league isn’t active on any social media, and you enjoy spending time online, this can be a great way to volunteer for your league, and help keep your community informed. Posting updates about events, game times, weather delays, field days, and your local league’s celebrations of Little League’s 75th Anniversary can be a great benefit to everyone in your league.

We have official accounts on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Pinterest, that gives you an opportunity to connect directly with Little League International in Williamsport on the social media sites that you’re active on. All the posts on our social media accounts are informative, fun and interactive. You’ll find updates about rule changes, notifications on important dates and events, information about award nominations, submission guidelines for contests and more, but each site provides unique opportunities to directly connect with Little League.

Facebook:Our Facebook community is the largest collection of Little League fans online. Facebook posts allow us to have topical conversations, ask questions, provide answers and create more of a forum around topics. So you can stay up-to-date on our news and activity, we invite you to “Like” our Facebook page.

Twitter: Twitter allows us to bring instant connections, whether it’s a question about a tournament, or talking about a tournament game. Little League has also been able to live-Tweet events, like when our President and CEO, Stephen D. Keener, presented at a youth sports safety roundtable organized by the National Football League. Start following us by clicking here.

YouTube: Whether it’s PSA videos that we have professionally produced, or information about new divisions and rules, YouTube lets you hear our voice and see our face on topics that directly impact you and your Little Leaguer®. Check us out here.

Pinterest: We’re new to Pinterest, and looking forward to providing a wide-range of information and inspiration for how to help improve your Little League experience. Many of our boards will feature re-pinning from our Little League parents, sharing your tips and experiences. Pinterest

In the ever-evolving online world, social media gives you more ways than ever before to stay informed and connected. We’re always looking for the best way to communicate with Little League parents, and social media is a wonderful way to provide that dialogue. Join in on the conversation today!


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