"I'm excied to offer such a great deal. Who doesn't want to celebrate fashion, cuteness, culture, and save money?"
Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) September 15, 2010
Hola Baby announces its largest sale ever, so that children everywhere can celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month in style. Hola Baby offers cute t-shirts emblazoned with popular Spanish-language messages for babies and toddlers. Its stock of unique t-shirts, one pieces, and sleepers will be 25 percent off. This bilingual selection is available online at holababyshop.com. Customers may use code “Hola” to get the discount.
“Hola Baby shirts are a wonderful way for parents to teach their child a new word, like ‘pajarito’ or ‘campeon,’ and a perfect way to celebrate our culture and history this month,” says founder and president Julie Aguirre Whitted. ”I’m excited to offer such a great deal. Who doesn’t want to celebrate fashion, cuteness, culture, and save money?”
Launched in Spring 2010, the web-based business features creative and colorful designs paired with Spanish words and phrases like “El Mero Mero,” which loosely translates to “The Coolest Guy Ever,” and “Fresona” which loosely translates to “Total Girly Girl.” Children look especially sweet in the “Mijo” (my son) and “Mija” (my daughter) t-shirts and one piece outfits. “Mijo” or “mija” are shortened versions of “mi hijo” and “mi hija” respectively, used as terms of endearment for a little boy or a little girl in the Hispanic community.
Prices range from $16 to $26. The cotton shirts are super soft, hold up to many washings and are sweatshop free. Sizes run from 6 months to 4T, with new designs and sizes coming in 2011. Hispanic Heritage month runs from September 15 to October 15. It is a nationally-recognized celebration to honor the history and heritage of the Hispanic community.
Hola Baby was founded by first-time mom Julie Aguirre Whitted who was raised in a bicultural and bilingual family. Her goal is to offer quality and creative products that celebrate the Latino culture. Hola Baby combines stylish attire with culturally-relevant messages. Visit holababyshop.com for more information.