Marcelo Claure, Sprint CEO takes to social media

Sprint CEO, Marcelo Claure takes center stage on mainstream social media !

Social media is at it’s all time high, with celebrities all around taking to the screen. Sprint CEO, Marcelo Claure gives us the insight to what is going on within the Sprint Corporation.  Along with his prestigious duties as the CEO of such a large corporation, he sits on the board of SoftBank, and also serves as a father of five children.

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Marcelo often uses twitter as a platform to display various changes that are going on with the Sprint Corporation, such as awards presented to the company, any new business that is dealing with the company that employees, or even customers to know. He even shows his passion for soccer , via twitter by allowing his followers to see the updates on his favorite team.

Marcelo Claure Twitter Feed

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Claure uses his social media platform on twitter to communicate with various groups of people. His twitter serves as an aide to all, enlightening communities all around the world. Originally being born in Bolivia, he never forgets to incorporate the hispanic community amongst his twitter feed.  Located Below:

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Author: Myles Barnes

Hello, My name is Myles Barnes and I am currently a student at the University of Michigan-Dearborn studying Instructional Technology. I am a member of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc, and also a member of the Black Student Union here on Campus. I hope that you enjoy my post and gain so much.

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