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Hispanic Chamber of E-Commerce Join Forces with Social Latino USA to Create the Ultimate Business Networking Experience

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Social Latino USA announces this major partnership with Hispanic Chamber of E-Commerce today via the PRWEB newswire and are humbled by the national and international news that they are receiving. What started out as a small mixer in Dallas, Texas in 2005 now announces our partnership with the progressive Hispanic Chamber of E-Commerce, headquartered in San Diego, California. Social Latino USA will launch the San Diego Social Latino‪#‎MixMingleMove‬ Chapter at the “Latino I Connect” tech event taking place on November 12, 2015. Social Latino USA will also add radio partner Fusion FM, now a partner with ‪#‎HISCEC‬ to stream their wonderful format at the launch event in San Diego, CA at the SONY Electronics roof top with a wonderful San Diego view, Taco Bar, cool drinks and the best streamed music from the web. We wish to thank Founder/CEO Tayde Aburto and Texas Director of #HISCEC John David Carrasco for this great oportunity. The Hispanic Chamber of E-Commerce in the near future will add Fusion FM streaming to their website and phone app for a much further reach. We invite you to like the new Social Latino San Diego facebook page and engage today! You may visit us at www.socialatinousa.com. To register for the launch click here!

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Social Latino and Ford “Mujeres Legendarias” a success!

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Our progressive movement of Social Latino and FORD recognized and honored four #MujeresLegendarias this past Thursday, September 18 at the Le Meridien Dallas Stoneleigh Hotel. The four women honored were Becky Muñoz-Diaz, general manager and vice president of Univision KUVN-TV Channel 23 and UniMas KSTR Channel 49 stations since 1995. Under her leadership, Univision 23 has been the top rated Spanish-language television station in the Dallas/Fort-Worth area. Another honoree was Beatriz (Bea) M. Salazar, she is the founder of Bea’s Kids, an organization that serves more than 150,000 high school students and their families at four tutoring centers located in low-income apartment complexes. The Texas native started her organization in 1990 when she realized that there were hundreds of children who went hungry during the summer because they did not have access to meals in school. Next we honored Linda Valdez Thompson, an executive vice president of Administration and Diversity at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. Since joining DFW Airport in 2001, she has established employee engagement initiatives to ensure the workforce is productive, healthy, diverse, and inclusive. She has also championed the Airport’s Wellness program with an on-site fitness facility and medical clinic.  Finally, we honored Zaida Basora, an assistant director of Dallas Public Works. Zaida is a registered architect and sustainability advocate with over 30 years of experience in public policy, planning and design. She has led and championed both the LEED green building program implementation for the city since 2003 and the development, adoption and implementation of the Dallas green building and construction codes since 2008.

We would like to thank each and every one of you for making our #MujeresLegendarias experience a wonderful success!  A special thank you to our sponsor/partners, FORD,Daniel Hernandez with New York LifeFashion Art Network, Mercado Bilingue, Creative Juice Online, Factory Glam Beauty and Blog, V12 Yoga and the lovely Le Meridien Dallas Stoneleigh Hotel.  A special creative video is in the works and coming soon thanks to our sponsors at the Fashion Art Network. We cannot thank our partner sponsors enough, gracias and to our gracious Host/MC, Gaby Natale of Super Latina TV and Aganar Media, we love you. Everyone look so beautiful and you are the reason we continue doing this. For more information on Social Latino please contact Rikki Rincon at 214-549-1201 or rikki@creativejuice.mobi.  New sponsor spaces are going fast.