The Industry Council for Tangible Assets is now on Facebook. The association’s new social media site is a place where visitors can learn more about the association and members can stay up to date on association activities.
“Facebook is a great way to highlight the breadth of the work that ICTA does,” said chief operating officer David Crenshaw. “Our new Facebook page will highlight how our association works to protect coin businesses from onerous state and federal laws and regulations, to protect collectors’ access to the numismatic marketplace, and to protect the integrity of U.S. coinage.”
The association’s new Facebook page features information on new state and federal laws and regulations, association events and promotions, counterfeits, videos, photos, news releases, and more.
“As with many other industries, social media has transformed the way business gets done,” said Kathy McFadden, ICTA’s executive director. “ICTA is pleased to embark upon this social media endeavor.”
Visit the Industry Council for Tangible Assets page and “Like” them at www.facebook.com/IndustryCouncilTangibleAssets.
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The Industry Council for Tangible Assets (ICTA) is a 501(c)(6) non-profit association that represents the rare-coin, currency, and precious-metals communities. ICTA is supported solely by dues and donations. To join and/or learn more about the organization, please visit our website — ictaonline.org.