NOMINATE to Hispanic Marketing and Media Awards!

Are you ready to nominate for the best and brightest in 10 different Hispanic Marketing and Media Award categories? Winners to be announced during #Portada14 in New York City on September 17 and 18! This year we are adding two categories: Top 2014 Soccer Marketing Campaign and Top Hispanic Music and Entertainment Marketing Campaign!

The categories!

    • TOP MARKETER TO HISPANIC AUDIENCES
    • TOP 2014 SOCCER MARKETING CAMPAIGN
    • TOP HISPANIC MUSIC & ENTERTAINMENT MARKETING CAMPAIGN
    • TOP HISPANIC ADVERTISING CAMPAIGN
    • TOP CONTENT PROVIDER TO HISPANIC AUDIENCES
    • TOP HISPANIC DIGITAL MEDIA INNOVATION
    • TOP HISPANIC DIGITAL ADVERTISING CAMPAIGN PLAN AND EXECUTION
    • TOP HISPANIC PRINT ADVERTISING CAMPAIGN AND EXECUTION
    • TOP DIGITAL MEDIA PROFESSIONAL OF THE YEAR
    • TOP PRINT MEDIA PROFESSIONAL OF THE YEAR

Portada AwardsNominate your candidates!  DEADLINE to enter Nominations  is Friday August 29th COB. Voting period will begin Wednesday September 3- Tuesday September 9th!  Award winners will be announced during #Portada14 on September 17-18 in New York City! 


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