TAMPA, March 31 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ -- CENTRO Mi Diario is publishing a complete guide catering to young Hispanic girls celebrating their 15th birthday, "Quinceañeras," which will be unveiled at the second annual Florida Quince Guide and Show with an expo and fashion show on Sunday, June 8 at The Event Factory in Tampa.

More than 1,500 attended the inaugural expo last year, and more than 500 hopeful quinceañeras registered at the show, surpassing all expectations. This magazine is unique to the Tampa Bay area; no other magazine provides local information about the Quince tradition. "We saw the growing need that existed in the market and this magazine and expo provides the link between consumers and businesses in the "special occasions" industry, says Giovanni Gutierrez, sales and marketing manager.

Quinceañera ~ Florida Quince Guide is a glossy, consumer-sized magazine that covers tradition, choosing a gown, cake, florists, music, customs, etiquette, venues, gifts, and photography, as well as a useful planning checklist. It also serves as a guide to the 2008 Quince Show. Cristina Bermúdez-Przybycin, is editor in chief of the magazine, also the fashion show director. The magazine will give a unique opportunity to special event businesses to inform parents and young teens about goods and services available to meet their needs in the Bay area.

Quinceañera - Florida Quince Guide is a sister publication of Florida Bride, a bridal guide published by The Tampa Tribune. The Florida Quince Show will be held on Sunday, June 8, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., at The Event Factory, 7565 W. Hillsborough Ave., Tampa, Fla.

Sponsorship and exhibitor opportunities are still available. For more information, contact Giovanni Gutierrez at (813) 259-8475.

About CENTRO Grupo de Comunicación
CENTRO Grupo de Comunicación is a Spanish-language print, broadcast and online media operation owned by the Florida Communications Group (FCG), which is owned by Media General. FCG includes newspapers, broadcast television and online operations in West Central Florida. It incorporates Media General's converged operations in Tampa, including The Tampa Tribune, WFLA-TV, the No. 1 rated station in Florida's largest television market; and TBO.com, the most visited Web site in West Central Florida. Florida Communications Group also includes two smaller daily newspapers, and several shopper and niche publications.

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