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  • Facebook Friends, Thanks a Million!

    The Heritage Foundation just hit a major milestone on Facebook. Today, our page topped 1 million likes.

    Thanks to the support of so many of our Foundry readers, we were able to reach this goal. It took a dedicated effort over several years to get us to this point, but it was an aggressive and highly successful campaign over the past three months that pushed us over the top. We gained 400,000 Facebook likes since August 1.

    With nearly 700,000 daily active users, Facebook is one of the most effective tools we have to reach people in the United States and around the world. Having this base of supporters gives Heritage a platform to have a conversation directly with YOU.

    Over the next year, Heritage is striving to add even more Facebook likes, as we continue to produce high-quality research and informative content you’ll love to share with friends and family.

    If you haven’t already liked us on Facebook, please do it today!

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