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The saddle experts at are busy people. In addition to taking product photos, answering the phone, replying to emails, and shipping saddles, they're now goofing off on Facebook and Twitter. "Fans" and "followers" across the country are excited to connect in a new, less serious way, as well as receive "tweets" about new products and current sales.

Facebook is a social networking site, which allows people to connect through a wide variety of actions, including sharing photos, links, video, and discussion. Those who use Facebook find it to be a useful way to catch up on what is going on in their friends' lives, as well as their favorite companies and celebrities. And while the saddle experts have yet to attain celebrity status, they're excited to have one more way to enjoy and inform their customers. "We're looking forward to using Facebook to start interesting discussions with our customers, as well as keep them informed about what's going on down at the shop," stated chief saddle expert Chuck Klockow.

Twitter is a unique networking site that is much like instant messaging on a broader basis. Users can sign up to "follow" other people to receive their "tweets." Tweets answer the question, "What are you doing right now?" and are limited to 140 characters. Twitter serves people who prefer to communicate with a wide range of people on a limited, usually lighthearted basis. So far the saddle experts are using Twitter to announce sales, upcoming price changes, and new products.

In addition to their blog and the bustling Daily Equine forums, the HorseSaddleShop proves not only to be the best place to purchase quality, American-made saddles and tack, but also the place to meet fellow horse enthusiasts and have some fun. "We enjoy our customers and our customers want to know our saddle experts," stated Klockow. "We're real people, not just an impersonal, online mega store where you can get a bargain." Few online saddle shops can boast about that.

To check out the Horse Saddle Shop's extensive saddle fitting resources or view their online inventory, visit

About Horse Saddle Shop Inc.

The success of is through the relationship between The Saddle Shop, which started in 1986 in the small town of Bremen, Indiana and Horse Saddle Shop which started as in January of 2000. After forming this business relationship, has been blessed to become a major saddle provider across the nation, expanding to horse owners of many friendly countries.

Chuck Klockow, Owner
Horse Saddle Shop, Inc.


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