Kamloops Blazers and the Twitter watch

(image courtesy Kamloops Blazers)
It's amazing how 140 characters can be used to communicate both positive and negative.

That is why so many organizations keep such a close watch on how its employees or members use social media such as Twitter.

The Kamloops Blazers is no different and our Marty Hastings dropped by to fly us through how the team and its players are using and controlling the use of the social media tool.

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