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Saab Automobile's Newsroom Reflects On Saab Support

Posted on 21. Jan, 2010 by .

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The Saab Newsroom has updated their website to reflect the SAVE SAAB campaigns around the world.

Here’s a summary from Saab Automobile’s perspective at this time:

Remarkable support for Saab

As negotiations continue over Saab’s future, owners and enthusiasts from across the globe have joined forces to demonstrate their loyalty to the Saab brand and their determination to keep it alive.
Led by Saab’s extensive online community, the ‘Save our Saab’ campaign has given Saab fans the chance to share their memories, photos and experiences with one another across all social media channels from Facebook to Flickr, Youtube to Twitter.

Saab’s leading enthusiasts have also been instrumental in rallying the global Saab network and orchestrating the global ‘Save our Saab’ convoys. The convoys have seen Saab drivers gather and drive en masse as a public show of support to Saab. So far there have been events organised in 42 locations across the globe with more planned for the coming days. More than 5,000 cars have participated worldwide resulting in considerable media coverage on and off line.

Here at Saab we have been overwhelmed by the loyalty, creativity and passion of our customers and would like to thank everyone for their tireless efforts and continued support.

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Saab History Launches Global Social Media Initiative

Posted on 18. Oct, 2009 by .

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10.19.2009

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

Saab History Launches Global Social Media Initiative

PORTLAND, ME – Saab History launches global social media initiative for cross-coverage on prominent mediums.

Launched in 2006, this social media information resource has been operating as a traditional RSS feed based blog environment.

Today, Saab History has begun officially phasing in familiar social media resources such as Facebook, Twitter & YouTube. Visitors to the site will now have more access to the information through these alternative mediums.

“It is important that in new age of social media networks, your accessibility to this resource continues in an expanded form, keeping the information you have come to expect while allowing you more ways to experience it”

As Saab’s History continues to be written, the more resources that cover this history, the more educated and informed existing and prospective followers of Saab will be.

The site www.saabhistory.com, is owned and managed independently from Saab Automobile, Koenigsegg, GM and any other affiliates

CONTACT(S):

Ryan Emge, Editor, Historian & Promoter
New England, USA

Saab History – Past, Present & Future

E-mail: info@saabhistory.com
Web : http://www.saabhistory.com
RSS: http://www.saabhistory.com/feed/
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Saab-History/155470094884?ref=nf
twitter: @saabhistory
YouTube : http://www.youtube.com/user/saabhistory

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