Local Hispanic Newspaper Releases First Issue in the Charlotte Metro Area with a New Design



[ClickPress, Mon Oct 13 2008] Juan Pablo Giometti, executive editor of Viva Carolina, a multimedia Latino network in the Carolinas, has announced the launch of Viva Carolina Charlotte Edition, a monthly magazine for the Latino community. This bilingual publication is a resource to individuals, families and organizations, meeting crucial needs, such as local news and events, along with information about healthcare, education and social activities. The publication will be distributed to more than 200 locations in Mecklenburg County, as well as neighboring counties including Union, Gaston, York and Lancaster. The first issue was released on October 4th, 2008 and will be followed by issues the first week of every month. The publication, formerly known as Viva Greenville, recently relocated its headquarters to the Ballantyne area.

The first issue includes an interview with Secretary of State Elaine F. Marshall, where she discusses her role, initiatives, and the notario fraud among new immigrants and how to prevent it. The next issue will feature an interview with Mecklenburg County Commissioners Jennifer Roberts and Dan Ramirez, who talk about their current roles and proposals for re-election.

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News Facts:
- Juan Pablo Giometti, publisher of Viva Carolina, has announced the launch of Viva Carolina Charlotte Edition.
- The first issue will include an interview with Secretary of State Elaine F. Marshall, where she talks about new initiatives and the notario fraud among new immigrants.
- The next issue will feature an interview with Jennifer Roberts and Dan Ramirez, who talk about their proposals for re-election. - The publication is freely distributed in more than 200 locations in Mecklenburg County, as well as neighboring counties including Union, Gaston, York and Lancaster.

Quotes:
“We are proud to bring this publication to the Charlotte Metro Area. Our new design will be more appealing to young Latino professionals. In addition, our website can be accessed remotely by cell phone, Blackberry, or PDA,” said Giometti.

About Viva Carolina:
Viva Carolina is a multimedia Latino network in the Carolinas providing local news and events, along with information about healthcare, education and social activities via print and online media. For more information about Viva Carolina, visit www.vivacarolina.com. The website features interviews, forums, local news and events across the Carolinas, and much more!

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Viva Carolina, Juan Pablo Giometti, Elaine F. Marshall, Mecklenburg, Spanish newspaper, Kristen R. Giometti, Jennifer Roberts, Dan Ramirez

Renee Marino
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(704) 909-7945
(704) 909-7664 (fax)
rmarino@thelatinfocus.com

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