The state of Nevada will officially recognize June 30, 2012 as Social Media Day.
The proclamation joins Nevada with the state of Arizona and the cities of New York, Toronto, Dublin, Las Vegas, Reno, San Jose and San Carlos, Calif. — all of which have recognized Social Media Day since it launched in 2010.
Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval and Secretary of State Ross Miller, signed the official proclamation, which includes the hashtag #Nevada, on May 30.
Michael Tragash, who helped Reno declare Social Media Day official in 2011, attempted to get a state proclamation signed last year. This year, he teamed up with Demont Daniel, who oversaw the movement that led to the declaration of last year’s Las Vegas Social Media Day, to give it another go. On April 23, Daniel filled out a form requesting a proclamation, and last week he received a call from the governor’s office saying that the proclamation had been approved… Read more