NASCAR’s Daniel Suárez says that the Time is Ripe for Succesful Latino Race Car Drivers

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NASCAR XFINITY Series driver Daniel Suarez's, appearance was one of the highlights of the first day of #Portada15, Portada's Annual Conference that gathered hundredss of top brand, media, PR and advertising executives in New York City's Yotel.

The complexion of NASCAR is changing and Hispanic drivers like NASCAR XFINITY Series Daniel Suárez are leading the ethnic diversification in this popular sport.

According to Suárez brands and audiences are now ready to embrace diversity in NASCAR race car driving.

"Sponsors are now easier to find than it was the case 10 years ago," he noted.

Daniel Suárez had a conversation in a special on-stage interview with Jairo Giraldo, Sports Editor El Diario New York.

The 2016 Hispanic Sports Marketing Forum will take place on September 21, 2016 and will be a part of #Portada16.


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