MIAMI, FL – October 3, 2014 – (HISPANICIZE WIRE) – In recognition of the growing synergies between South Florida Latino influencers from the industries of marketing, blogging, journalism, film, music and tech, the Hispanicize companies today announced the launch of the Hispanicize Miami city group.

“Hispanicize Miami is unlike anything anybody has ever seen in the U.S. Hispanic space because it’s multi-industry focused, it regularly features physical gatherings that will be fun and creative and it complements and doesn’t compete with other Latino organizations”

The Facebook-based Hispanicize Miami city group is a one-of-a-kind, ongoing platform for Latino influencers from these industries to routinely connect with each other online and, equally importantly, in person.

“Hispanicize Miami is unlike anything anybody has ever seen in the U.S. Hispanic space because it’s multi-industry focused, it regularly features physical gatherings that will be fun and creative and it complements and doesn’t compete with other Latino organizations,” Manny Ruiz, chairman of the Hispanicize companies collective that owns Hispanicize 2015, the Latina Mom Bloggers network, Hispanicize Wire and the Hispanic PR Blog as well as a large interest in Being Latino. The group is opened to Latino and non-Latinos alike.

THE LEADERSHIP TEAMS

Hispanicize Miami’s group leaders are Christian Martinez of Facebook; Mike Valdes-Fauli of Pinta; Amanda Taylor of Las Gringas Blog; Wally Sabria of The Axis Agency; George Cabrera of ASPIRA Florida; and Andres Dalmastro of Dalmastro, Inc.

Each of the city group leaders is responsible for managing the local Facebook-based group and will also host monthly gatherings, which among other things will range from private jam sessions with LATIN GRAMMY winning artists to fishing tournaments and much more.

“We are inclusive, anti-clique and focused on making sure that every single Hispanicize Miami activity always ties back to giving to ASPIRA of Florida,” said Ruiz.

About the Hispanicize Companies
Hispanicize is the collective brand for a group of leading Latino social media companies that consist of the annual Hispanicize event (www.HispanicizeEvent.com), the Latina Mom Bloggers network, Hispanicize Wire and the Hispanic PR Blog. Hispanicize is also a large shareholder of Being Latino.