John Deere launches new Facebook page and YouTube channel

John Deere in the UK and Ireland has launched a Facebook page and YouTube channel, with new content tailored specifically for these countries.

The Facebook page aims to provide a place for John Deere fans to exchange news and information about the company, its products and activities. Fans are encouraged to get involved by posting comments and photographs, or by clicking the Like button.

Recent official postings have included Zara Phillips celebrating John Deere’s 50th turf division anniversary at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show, The 2013 Open golf championship at Muirfield, the latest Gator 4x4 crossover utility vehicles and John Deere’s online harvest campaign, featuring S- and T-Series combines.

The John Deere Facebook page can be found at https://www.facebook.com/JohnDeere or by clicking on the Facebook icon on the company’s website home page at www.JohnDeere.co.uk

The John Deere YouTube channel features product videos, along with helpful tips and advice. Fans can sign up on the site as subscribers to get updates when something new is posted. The link for the John Deere YouTube channel is http://www.youtube.com/user/JohnDeereUKIE


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