#PORTADA14 And the Award Winners are…!!!

Portada announces the Winners of the 2014 Hispanic Advertising and Media Awards!

Top Marketer to Hispanic Audiences

Nydia Sahagun - Group Manager, Brand Marketing - Multicultural (Target)

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Top 2014 Soccer Marketing Campaign

AC&M Agency - Camiseta de México

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Top Hispanic Music & Entertainment Marketing Campaign

Target - “The Juanes Initiative”

Top Hispanic Advertising Campaign

Dunkin' Brands / Zubi - Heart Shaped Donuts

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Top Content Provider To Hispanic Audiences

Kellogg´s - "Dias Grandiosos"

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Top Hispanic Digital Media Innovation

Flipboard – Latino Content Guide

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Top Hispanic Digital Advertising Campaign Plan and Execution

Target - “#AsiFestejoYo”

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Top Hispanic Print Advertising Campaign and Execution

re:fuel - Verizon

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Top Digital Media Professional of the Year

Christina Igaraividez, Starcom Media Vest

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Top Print Media Professional of the Year

Martha de la Torre - El Clasificado

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