Hispanic Marketing & Public Relations Editor Will Be Keynote Speaker at Naples Event
Posted by Elena del Valle on February 27, 2006
Elena del Valle, principal, LNA World Communications
Photo: LNA World Communications
Elena del Valle, editor and contributing author of Hispanic Marketing & Public Relations, will be the keynote speaker of “Hispanic Market: What’s in it for You?” a lunch presentation taking place Wednesday, March 1, 2006 in Naples, Florida. The event, sponsored by Fifth Third Bank, Naples Sun Times, The Greater Naples Chamber of Commerce and Edison College was organized by Eyes Wide Open and will take place at the Edison College Conference Center from 12 to 2 p.m.
Elena is principal of LNA World Communications, a marketing and communications company, where she is responsible for media training, strategic planning and client relations. She is the director and editor of Hispanic Marketing & Public Relations (Poyeen Publishing, $49.95). A 20 year marketing and public relations veteran, she has worked extensively in health care and with U.S. and international Hispanic markets. Prior to founding her own marketing and public relations firm nine years ago, she was a key member of the health care team and headed the Hispanic practice at the largest independent public relations firm in Florida. Before that, she attended law school nights while she was in charge of domestic and international Hispanic marketing and public relations for a major private South Florida health care company. Details and regsitration information are available at (239) 775-6080 ext. 305.
Hispanics are taking over not only our community but our country. They have stolen our jobs and are mostly paid cash(under the table)some would say. This of course means NO taxes are taken out, yet they receive Medicaid, food stamps etc… which OUR tax dollars pay for. Along with the public schooling they receive. They breed like animals, watch a public school at the end of the day and you will see nothing but little black-haired children running out. They cannot make the outstanding grades unless the tests are made more simply than they should be, thus not challenging the few American students in the class. They are not taught to learn English as they should be to adapt to American society. As for the matter at hand they do not need marketing strategies for they underbid all the hard-working Americans who have been working here for years, and are now cashing their pathetic unemployment checks, while the Hispanics are driving around their brand new $40,000 trucks paid for in non-taxed money. Also, check your local police beat and tell me how they’re here to “better there lives”.