We're using Twitter like a giant loudspeaker...[and] we can sell coins directly on Facebook, offer a Sweepstakes, and even offer Fan Exclusives, all while making it easy for people to share the experience with a friend.
Boston, MA (PRWEB) July 14, 2011
Beantown Coins was founded in the spring of 2011. Their doors officially opened at the end of June and they will continue their Grand Opening promotions throughout the month of July 2011. They specialize in US rare coins, business and proof strikes, raw uncertified and NGC/PCGS certified coins. Collectors looking for a rare coin, whether a type coin or collector coin, will find some hard sought rarities in their inventory.
The Boston coin dealer is now on Facebook and Twitter. Beantown Coins will soon begin a focused Twitter campaign, according to manager, Joe Palmieri, and as their Facebook wall posts get tweeted, they antcipate their Twitter Followers and Facebook Fans will duplicate.
When asked how they are using these new social media platforms, Mr. Palmieri had this to say, "We're using Twitter like a giant loudspeaker and as an easy way for the public to "subscribe" to our updates. Facebook is truly versatile and thanks to Apps from North Social, we can sell coins directly on Facebook, offer a Sweepstakes, and even offer Fan Exclusives, all while making it easy for people to share the experience with a friend."
Hoping their company can go viral, the team at Beantown Coins plan to bring their traditional values and a legacy of integrity to a much larger scale. They believe that the internet gives them the opportunity to reach collectors from all over the world, and that the more serious and dedicated collectors will come back to browse their stock often.
About Beantown Coins:
Beantown Coins was established in 2011 as a way for their proprietor to share his unique inventory and the skill of his staff with the general public. David Leventhal, the son of a coin dealer, has himself been a full-time numismatist (coin dealer) since 1979. David's father, Edwin Leventhal founded, and operated for over 30 years, J.J. Teaparty, Boston's oldest and largest rare coin dealers. Before it's sale to new owners, David was employed at J.J. Teaparty by his father in all aspects of numismatics, including acting as an agent for buyers at auction. He has extensive experience in all categories of rare and collectible coins and brings his skill in grading to verifying their entire inventory. According to manager Joe Palmieri, "We will continue to represent the high standards of generations of merchants of our trade, and we will soon become a major presence in rare coins, online."