San Francisco, CA–(HISPANIC PR WIRE)–May 15, 2006–Lista-Latina.com, a Spanish language community board website launched in the Bay Area in April 2005, has announced the launch of http://www.listalatina.com in 32 U.S. cities and Mexico City.
ListaLatina.com serves America’s Hispanic Heartland of 32 metropolitan areas, including San Francisco, San Jose and Oakland — as well as Los Angeles, New York, Miami and Chicago — with 14 million of the country’s Latinos.
ListaLatina.com provides Latinos with Discussion Forums on immigration, sports, education, and legal issues. This community board offers free employment listings, social, community, and personals. Lista-Latina helps small businesses promote their services and information free. The website also provides links to Latin American Consulates, labor law information, and daily newspapers from 19 Latin American countries.
ListaLatina.com is the premiere Latino community board, entirely free and the only on-line classified board providing interactive services to the Spanish speaking communities. This is a great resource for businesses and companies owned by Latino entrepreneurs to better serve the community, network and provide services and opportunities.
“I’m glad ListaLatina.com has continued to grow, offering services, contacts and opportunities for the Spanish speaking community in California without any costs. I hope the Mexican community in San Francisco takes advantage of the opportunities and utilizes all the services of ListaLatina.com. It is especially helpful to people starting small businesses and helping empower women.”
Bernardo Mendez, Consul de Mexico para Comercio y Pequeños Negocios en San Francisco, CA.
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