FALLS CHURCH, Va. — Food For All here is getting ready to tweet. The non-profit organization, which is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year, is gearing up to revamp its Web presence and to begin incorporating social media such as Twitter and Facebook into its communications package. “With Twitter and Facebook, it's a great way to reach out to our customer base,” said Jessica Dunsmore, director of sales and marketing at Food For All. “In our case, that includes the manufacturers, the ...
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