Winning Brands Partners with The Trinity Design Group and Hola Latino to Advertise in Spanish

Winning Brands Corporation, manufacturer of Winning Colours Stain Remover has a new partner to foster understanding and success for Winning Colours within America's Spanish speaking communities, The Trinity Design Group. The Trinity Design Group has taken delivery of its initial Winning Colours Stain Remover inventory, as a new distributor, to supply businesses and consumers in the growing Hispanic market in the United States.

Hola Latino is the agency in charge of the Spanish-language advertising efforts.

TDG and Hola Latino will utilize its own Winning Colours specific website  limpiadorfantastico.com, community events, contacts amongst retailers, advertising in Spanish language media such and other initiatives to create new awareness of Winning Colours in America by Spanish speaking consumers. Winning Brands has also launched Spanish language video resources on YouTube.

Winning Brands CEO, Eric Lehner, explains why the development is significant. "What we learn in the process will help us with Winning Brands' emergence in other Latin American markets in Central and South America. Spanish is one of the world's most important natively spoken languages.”


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