MIAMI, FL – September 14, 2016 – (HISPANICIZE WIRE) – Less than a month before the presidential election, Hispanicize is returning to L.A. for a special one day, October 12 event that will be packed with substantive cultural sessions, celebrity speakers and digital influencers.

“L.A. has always been our second home but this year, in the midst of Hispanic Heritage Month and on the eve of a major election, we’re going to bring a piece of Hispanicize to Hollywood with style and substance,” said Manny Ruiz, CEO of Hispanicize Media Group and creative director of the Hispanicize event. “This will be the biggest Hispanicize event we’ve done in L.A. since 2011, when we last held the full event there and it’s going to be a treat. Our L.A. and California-based communities mean a lot to us.”

Presented in partnership with a coalition of media partners that as of today include DiMe Media, SBS/La Musica, HispanicAd.com, Hispanic Kitchen, Popful, and the Hispanic PR Blog, the free, one-day event will culminate with a major social media networking reception. The venue location and the full schedule will be announced shortly.

To RSVP, visit http://www.eventbrite.com/e/hispanicize-la-tickets-27738076333. Due to space limitations Hispanicize organizers request that you don’t RSVP unless you are certain you plan to attend.

For sponsorship information about Hispanicize L.A. email [email protected]

About Hispanicize Media Group
Hispanicize Media Group, LLC (HMG) works with leading brands and advertisers to navigate the rapidly evolving, trillion dollar U.S. Hispanic market by offering branded media opportunities, brand integrations, digital marketing campaigns and social influencer management through its on and offline platforms that include the annual Hispanicize event, DiMe Media and Hispanic Kitchen.

HMG’s award-winning management team is credited with pioneering the U.S. Hispanic social media industry and creating culturally resonating and engaging content for today’s Latino consumers. HMG is headquartered in Miami with offices in New York, Los Angeles and Atlanta.