Express Glass & Board Up, Miami’s Top Glass Window Repair Service, Announces Twitter Strategy for Hurricane Season

We take hurricane seasons very seriously but we recognize the importance of planning and that includes Twitter

September 20, 2017 – Miami, FL

Express Glass (, Miami’s favorite glass window repair service, is proud to announce its Twitter strategy in light of Hurricane Seasons 2017. With hurricane season in full, threatening swing, the company is alerting its customers to its Twitter page as a source for realtime information.

“We take hurricane seasons very seriously but we recognize the importance of planning and that includes Twitter,” announced Yaniet Santos, general manager at Express Glass. “We are issuing this announcement to alert our customers to our Twitter feed at which is a great place to go to learn about glass repair issues, including any updates should a major storm hit Miami or nearby South Florida cities.”

Persons who want a general overview to the company’s glass window repair services should visit It should be noted that the company does NOT fix auto or mobile phone glass.

Interested journalists and bloggers can reach out to the company for interview opportunities as we experience the peak of hurricane season 2017.

Glass Window Repair in Miami, Florida: Using Twitter Before, During, and After an Emergency

Here is background to this announcement. Because of its asynchronous nature, Twitter has proven very popular as the social media network to which people turn for news. Unlike a phone call, for example, the message sender and the message receiver do not have to be on the phone at the same, synchronous time. In this way, a company such as Express Glass and Board Up can use its Twitter feed to send out alerts as to services that are available to the general public. Express Glass and Board Up has long been a leader in the glass repair industry not only in Miami but throughout all of South Florida in how it has utilized social media to communicate.

The company is issuing an alert with respect to its Twitter feed to increase awareness of its customer base in light of threatening hurricanes that may, or may not, impact South Florida. Many of the younger customers are…

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