Lisa O'Leary Friends of Natural Gas PA Wins AGA’s 3,000th Tweet Award

To celebrate the American Gas Association (AGA) hitting the 3,000th Twitter post milestone, we encouraged our Twitter followers to retweet (RT) a message about AGA’s newly released 2013 Playbook  and randomly selected a winner to highlight from the pool of participants.

We’re happy to announce that the Friends of Natural Gas PA (@FriendsNatGasPa) has won!Friends of Natural Gas logo

The Friends of Natural Gas PA, a project of America’s Natural Gas Alliance (ANGA), is committed to sharing information about the benefits of natural gas and the importance of utilizing this clean, domestic and abundant resource to meet our energy needs in Pennsylvania and across the country. The organization provides news, commentary and information about the production and benefits of natural gas through their website and social media platforms, including Twitter and Facebook.  Website visitors can request notifications of upcoming meetings and events around the state, as well as policy legislation updates.

The AGA 2013 Playbook is a concise yet detailed explanation about the role natural gas plays in energy security, a cleaner environment and economic prosperity. It should be a go-to resource for anyone interested in energy. To learn more and to access the digital edition of the Playbook, click here.

AGA would like to thank the Friends of Natural Gas PA and all those who took part in the contest by joining the ongoing conversation about natural gas online. We look forward to reaching 4,000 tweets and 6,000 Twitter followers in the near future.

As always, remember to keep checking the AGA website, our True Blue Natural Gas Blog, our Facebook fan page and our Twitter feed for all current news and updates.

Lisa O'Leary

About Lisa O'Leary

Lisa O'Leary is the Manager of Digital Communications for the American Gas Association. Prior to joining AGA, Lisa served as Manager of Multimedia Communications for the Senator John Heinz History Center, "the Smithsonian's home in Pittsburgh," and as a Web Producer at WPXI-TV, Channel 11 News in Pittsburgh, PA. Lisa is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh with a bachelor’s degree in Communications.
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