Is there information about AARP issues and events that you’d like to share with others? AARP Maryland is making that easier with the April 1 launch of its Social Squad, a team of social media ambassadors who will share AARP news and information via Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, YouTube and other platforms. The effort is powered by SocialToaster, a fan engagement platform.
Marylanders can receive valuable content from AARP and send it with a single click to their friends, families and followers. Participants will also have a chance to collect points and win prizes.
Feeling social? Sign up at aarp.org/MdSocialSquad.