Hispanicize 2014 Renews ‘Brands Love Bloggers’ Program with 200 Free Passes for Latino and Multicultural Bloggers

 

The nation’s top Hispanic brand marketers, agencies and media companies are giving Latino and multicultural bloggers special reason to rejoice this Valentines.

That’s because for the third consecutive year, Hispanicize 2014 sponsors and the Latina Mom Bloggers network are providing bloggers with more than 200 free passes to attend Hispanicize 2014 as part of a program titled “Brands Love Bloggers.”

Hispanicize 2014, the 5th annual Latino trends event for marketing, social media, journalism, film, music and tech, will be held at the InterContinental Miami hotel, April 1-4, 2014 in downtown Miami. Book your room here: http://bit.ly/1gsYQF3

“The 200 passes represent 50 more than we did last year and is a testament to the commitment our growing roster of sponsors have to making Hispanicize 2014 the ultimate meeting place for bloggers and the brands and agencies that want to work with them,” said Manny Ruiz, founder and creative director of the Hispanicize event.

Among this year’s announced Hispanicize 2014 sponsors are: 3M, Toyota, Google, Sherwin-Williams, Burson-Marsteller, Transitions, Fox News Latino, Vme, The Axis Agency, Sensis Agency, Textter, El Sol Newspaper and many more brands who will shortly be disclosed. Media partners include NPR’S Latino USA, Being Latino, PRODU, Latin Heat, Media, Hispanic Market Weekly, and Media Moves.

WHO QUALIFIES

The 200 full access event passes are available to Latino and multicultural bloggers who have been blogging consistently for at least one year and fill out a short online form http://bit.ly/1bZZNUr. A wide range of bloggers, women and men, from entertainment to parenting and fashion to tech are eligible. Qualifying bloggers who have already paid to attend Hispanicize 2014 and meet the criteria will be fully refunded.

Bloggers do not have to be part of the Latina Mom Bloggers network to qualify and both male and female bloggers qualify. A national committee led by advisory board members of Hispanicize 2014 and the Latina Mom Bloggers network will sort through the blogger applications and promptly notify bloggers who qualify. Priority preference will be given to bloggers who did not attend last year’s Hispanicize event. The full selection criteria are on the registration page.

Sponsorship Information

Sponsorship information is available by contacting sponsorship@hispanicizeevent.com or via phone at (203) 364-4779.