2012 Hispanic Voice Town Hall to Address How Latinos can Impact the US Economy and Jobs at the University of Colorado, Denver on March 27th

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2012 Hispanic Voice Town Hall Tour focuses on defining an agenda for Latinos in America and the implications to the US Economy and Jobs in anticipation of the 2012 Presidential Election.

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2012 Hispanic Voice Town Hall

Latinos in America and the implications to the US Economy and Jobs in anticipation of the 2012 Presidential Election.

MEDIA ADVISORY: 2012 Hispanic Voice Town Hall to Address How Latinos can Impact the US Economy and Jobs at the University of Colorado, Denver on March 27th

Who:            
Glenn Llopis: Founder/CEO, Center for Hispanic Leadership
LeRoy Romero: Director, Minority Business Office (MBO)
Beatriz Salazar, President Hispanic Scholarship Fund (Denver Chapter)

What:     
2012 Hispanic Voice Town Hall Tour is a non-partisan initiative aimed to help Hispanics in America understand the responsibility of their voice and authentic identity to cultivate sustainable economic prosperity in the United States.

Where:    
University of Colorado Denver (Auraria Campus)
900 Auraria Pkwy. Tivoli Turnhalle
Denver, CO 80204

When:            
March 27, 2012
Press Conference: 5:30pm Pacific Time
Registration check-in: 6:00pm Pacific Time
Town Hall: 6:30pm - 8:30pm Pacific Time
http://www.2012HispanicVoice.com

Co-Hosted by: University of Colorado, Denver

Supporting Article:    
The 2012 Presidential Election will be a Defining Moment for the Identity of Hispanics in America

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