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King Bearings Announces New Social Media Activities

king_engine_bearings_logoIn an effort to better connect with customers, dealers, and friends, King Engine Bearings has recently launched new social media activities that will provide technical information, new product announcements and other industry news. Focused on King’s racing activities, the company has embraced Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and Google+ as a means for sharing information. In this industry, things move fast and because of this, King wants to keep its constituents updated on new developments, industry news and more, the moment it happens.

On Facebook King will perform frequent updates that relate to all things automotive, and provide valuable engine building and bearing specific information. King will also share frequent event, racer updates, tech tips, and some fun trivia and games to keep visitors engaged. Look for “King Racing” on Facebook at www.facebook.com/King.Bearings.

For YouTube, King has prepared a series of videos that explain everything you need to know about race bearing geometry and materials. These videos will cover bearing design features as well as other areas of product development. King’s YouTube channel is located here: http://www.youtube.com/user/KingBearings

King will be tweeting about similar topics as those posted on its Facebook page, but Twitter offers more instant access to this information. King’s twitter feed is located here: https://twitter.com/KingBearings

King’s Google+ page is geared more at dealers and industry partners. King will be sharing their product development information, race news, new products and other activities there. Log in to your Google+ account and search KingBearings to join.

For more information on King Racing, visit www.kingracebearings.com.

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