San Antonio-based Market Vision Adds Media Planning/Buying Department

San Antonio-based Latino marketing firm, Market Vision, has announced that it is adding Media Planning and Media Buying to the list of services it offers to its clients.

Heading up the newly-created department will be Norma Gonzales, whose extensive experience in the media-buying field will be brought to bear in her new position.

The expansion into media-planning/buying follows the company's considerable growth that has taken place over the past three years (214%).

Additionally, the Market Vision is now fully Latino-owned following a share buy-back that took place this past May.

Market Vision's clients include Coca Cola, Continental Airlines, and AOL Latino, among others.


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