QuieroLatino.com Releases Promotional Video and â€œComing Soonâ€ Page
August 20th, 2007
Posted by Danny Allen
August 20, 2007 â€“ QuieroLatino.com announced today that it released a promotional video and â€œComing Soonâ€ page in anticipation of the websiteâ€™s official launch in October. Visitors to QuieroLatino.com can now sign up to learn about the latest QuieroLatino news and event information.
QuieroLatino will offer an online community for Latino dating. â€œLatinos in the U.S. have a hard time finding a trusted place to meet online,â€ said Juan Guillermo Tornoe, an expert Latino marketer and author of the Hispanic Trending blog.
QuieroLatino will revolutionize the way Latinos meet online. â€œOur unique approach to online dating will create a well-known brand and a trusted place for Latinos to meet online and in person at local events,â€ said Joe Spector, Founder and Chief Executive Officer.
There are 14 million Latino singles in the U.S. and over 2 million Latinos currently use online dating. Ariel Oxman, Founder and Chief Operating Officer, said, â€œAlthough the U.S. Latino market is ripe for online dating, there is no dominant niche dating website for Latinos similar to how JDate.com and BlackPeopleMeet.com dominate the Jewish and Black online dating segments. Our goal is to be the go-to source for Latino online dating.â€
Said Spector, â€œLatinos in the U.S. have long been ignored and underserved online. QuieroLatino will bring Latinos together online in an exciting new way with the help of our local partners and community leaders.â€
About QuieroLatino.com LLC
QuieroLatino was founded by Joe Spector and Ariel Oxman. Spector, a graduate of the Wharton School, spent three years in the Securitized Products Group at J.P. Morgan Securities Inc. in New York and received a BS from the University of California, Berkeley. Oxman, whose family is from South America, was a Public Policy Fellow with the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute in Washington, DC. He graduated from the University of Pennsylvania Law School and the University of Maryland, where he founded a mentoring program for Latino undergrads, and was recently re-elected Governor of the University of Maryland Alumni Association.
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