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When Mary Rodas helped out the Marines during the first Gulf War because the 'Toys for Tots' program was undermanned, she had no idea that in 2007 she would again be offering Free toys through http://www.BalzacToys.com to children everywhere in America who have been plagued by the bad economy, layoffs, floods and other natural disasters.

When Mary Rodas helped out the Marines during the first Gulf War because the 'Toys for Tots' program was undermanned, she had no idea that in 2007 she would again be offering Free toys through http://www.BalzacToys.com to children everywhere in America who have been plagued by the bad economy, layoffs, floods and other natural disasters.

Mary, the former "Teenage Toy Tycoon" who was born on Christmas Day, and who has been featured on hundreds of TV shows including "The Today Show", "Dateline: NBC" and "Lifestyles of the Rich Famous", as well as on the covers of magazines and in thousands of magazine articles around the world, will introduce her newest venture -- her radio show -- on GreatestHispanic.com on Sunday, December 9.

Mary's show, called "The Majority Minority," will focus on the unique view of the Hispanic Community in local, national and international events and styles. Vic Latino, the Superstar programming director that came to GreatestHispanic.com to make this one of the hottest growing stations in the country, says, "Mary and I instantly hit it off!" We realize that as the fastest growing segment of the population in America we have a responsibility to organize our people and concentrate our vote so that our people have a voice."

And a voice is what it's all about. Hispanic radio is booming in popularity and Vic, already a star in the recording industry and on radio, is about to make that leap into political action. "Mary and I realize that we are the lucky ones, but it's time to put something back." Mary already has thousands of people visiting her new websites GreatestHispanic.com and MaryChristmastoys.com; and now her new radio show starts on Sunday.

Vic and Mary know that it will be a Happy Holiday season for them…but making it happy for thousands of other people is what it is really all about.

For more information, please contact: Barbara Carver at
(516) 364-0808 ext. 222 or via e-mail at bcarver@nycollege.edu

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