Gorilla Nation Signs BuenaMusica.com

Online ad sales rep firm Gorilla Nation is bulking up its Hispanic offering with the recent addition of Hispanic music site buenamusica.com.
 
With the addition of this site, the rep firm now features 11 Latino online destinations, included in the chart below:
 
 
HISPANIC •
 
Buena Musica
www.buenamusica.com
Canal Internet
www.canalinternet.com
Chalino
www.chalino.com
Hire Diversity
www.hirediversity.com
Hispanic Business
www.hispanicbusiness.com
La Musica
www.lamusica.com
Latin Gossip
www.latingossip.com
Latino GLO
www.latinoglo.com
Latino People Meet
www.latinopeoplemeet.com
Lossip
www.lossip.com
Vivir Latino
www.vivirlatino.com
 
 
Gorilla Nation has also recently added four new African American sites. The company is combining their Hispanic and African American offering under the rubric of GN Multicultural.

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