Bank of America Leads within the Banking Category

Bank of America was the largest advertiser within the Banking category in Hispanic newspapers and magazines during the first quarter of 2008.. It was followed by Washington Mutual  and U.S. Century Bank.

 

BofA leads followed by Wamu

 

1 Bank of America

2. Washington Mutual

3. U.S. Century Bank

4. Western Bank

5. First National Bank of South Florida

6. Suntrust

7. Bank Atlantic

8. Banco Popular

9. HSBC

10. PFF Bank & Trust

11. Wachovia

12. Citibank

13. Doral

14. Oriental Group

15. BBVA

16. First Bank de Puerto Rico

17. Money Express

18. Regions Bank

19. Chase

20 Colonial Bank

 
Source:
Portada Ad-Tracking

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