We've deleted an unauthorized tweet made from this Twitter handle. We apologize to all of our followers for the inappropriate language used.
— StubHub (@StubHub) October 6, 2012
If you’re looking for a job as a corporate social media director, we suspect KitchenAid might have a position opening up after someone tweeted a tasteless joke about the president’s dead grandmother. If that position’s filled already, you might have another chance at ticket broker StubHub, where some people managed to capture this TGIF tweet before the company caught on.
— Jane Devin (@janedevin) October 6, 2012
Oh dear @StubHub. I think we found where the Kitchen Aid social media manager ended up.
— Joe Yerdon (@JoeYerdon) October 5, 2012
The good news for that @Stubhub guy is that he probably won't have to go back to that "stubsucking hellhole" on Monday.
— Tom Fornelli (@TomFornelli) October 5, 2012
I can't stop laughing at this @stubhub thing. First rule of twitter club? Don't give your keys to someone who hates your company.
— Shannon Carroll (@mrlady) October 6, 2012