Rob Dyrdek is a famous skateboarder, reality TV star, and entrepreneur. People may have different reasons for contacting Rob, like for a business pitch or an admiring letter. Depending on what you have to say to Mr. Dyrdek, you may or may not get a response
Reaching Out Through Social Media
Like Dyrdek on Facebook. You can visit Rob Dyrdek’s official Facebook fan page and like it to receive updates. Rob’s events and posts will appear on your feed once you start following.
- Rob’s page can be found here: https://www.facebook.com/robdyrdek.
- Note that this option only works if you have your own Facebook account.
To contact Dyrdek through this page, write a quick note on his timeline or send him a private message by clicking on the blue “Message” button near the top of the page.
Tweet Dyrdek. If you have a Twitter account, you can send Dyrdek tweets by tagging your comments with: @robdyrdek. To increase your chances of a response, add a joke relating to one of his posts or a recent role. Another way to get through to Rob is by sending a heartfelt tweet of how he has inspired you.
To visit his full Twitter profile, read his treats, and become his follower: https://twitter.com/robdyrdek
Interact on Myspace. If you have a Myspace account and would like to leave him a quick note. Look at the type of comments he receives on a daily basis. Try to send him something that stands out. If it gets enough attention, Rob’s moderators might respond to you.
- In addition to leaving your own miscellaneous remarks, you can also comment on videos, photos, and other content that Dyrdek posts to Myspace.
- Find his Myspace page here: https://myspace.com/robdyrdek
acting for Business Inquiries
Send a press e-mail. If you need to contact Rob Dyrdek or Dyrdex Enterprises for press or media related matters, you can email his press coordinators at: firstname.lastname@example.org
You should only use this e-mail address if you are a member of the press (a journalist, the owner of a newspaper, etc.). Do not use this form of contact for fan mail or non-press matters.
Submit anidea form. On Rob Dyrdek’s website, there is an online form for getting in touch for “serious business.” You’ll be required to provide your name, email, topic, and an explanation. Choose a topic from the topic selector. The appropriate topics you can choose from are:
- Press/Public Relations
- New Business/Partnership
- Skate Plaza Request
- General Question
You can find the form here, http://robdyrdek.com/contact/.
Understand submitting ideas. Rob Dyrdek’s company does not accept any ideas for an advertising campaign, new promotions, new product/product names, and marketing plans. They are actively seeking creative and fresh ideas to be submitted.
- Rob Dyrdek cares about local communities and the quality of life for the children in that area. If you propose a genuine, well thought out idea concerning your local community’s quality of life, you have a chance of getting a response.
- If you include a community-based issue and present the solution as skateboarding or encouraged shenanigans, you have a good chance of receiving a response.