Let's TweetUp at MRO Americas #MROAM

Fact: during MRO Americas in Atlanta last year, the hash tag #MROAM generated over 3.2 million impressions on Twitter, reaching over 317,000 accounts. 

MRO Americas is the largest networking event of its kind in the global aftermarket industry and you, the MRO community, love to tweet. We want to meet those of you hiding behind your smartphones and Androids during the show so we're now bringing the #MROAM community together at the first MRO TweetUp.

MRO TweetUp will take place on 8 April from 1530 at the Phoenix Convention Center

Registered attendees of MRO Americas can attend MRO TweetUp for free.  Sign up here: http://lanyrd.com/2014/mrotweetup/ then tell us you're attending by using the hash tag #MROTweetUp on Twitter.

Expect to TweetUp with the following @AviationWeek and @AvWeekEvents staff: @AvWeekLeeAnn @AvWeekSean @AvWeekGuy @AvWeekHelen @AvWeekJuliet @Ed_Hazelwood and @Awyss.

See you there!


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