CABA makes Twitter service available

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The Chesapeake Automotive Business Association (CABA) has introduced an interactive networking tool that will let its members create a Twitter account.

The tool, MyCABA, is available at, will let users share news, views, comments and questions, according to CABA officials.

"MyCABA at Twitter is intended to be more of an interactive communications option," says Skip Potter, the association's executive director.

"CABA staff can tweet a question or news item and solicit a direct or public response from members or other visitors to the MyCABA Twitter page."

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