Hundreds of Latino Families at the Latest Expo

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The OC expo, held in Anaheim, CA included many surprises, raffles, giveaways, and a spectacular fashion show all hosted by "LAnzate" star Fernanda Kelly

Fernanda Kelly during the Quince Expo Fashion Show

Fernanda Kelly during the Quince Expo Fashion Show

I've been part of many events, but the truth is that the Expo surprised me because they are very well organized, there is good quality, and it’s free to the public.

As the expo again conquered Orange County, the success of the event also proved that the popularity of this day of planning dedicated to the celebration of the quinceañera party continues to grow like wildfire. With more than 850 attendees, the Crowne Plaza Anaheim was brimming with people who came only to enjoy this great event.

Vendors were happy to see that their booths were kept constantly busy by perpetual visits from the attendees who came to see their products and services, which included cakes, photo and video, makeup, dresses, food, venues, and more. "My daughter will have her quinceañera in April next year and we have come to see what we can find. Everything looks very nice. I recommend it,” said Enrique Alvarez, from the City of Corona, one of the hundreds of attendees who were delighted with the expo.

Attendees were also invigorated by the presentation of Fernanda Kelly, host of the show “LAnzate” on Unimás, who served as emcee and saw many young girls and their moms take advantage of the opportunity to take a couple photos with her and ask for her autograph. "I'm very excited because it's a great opportunity to connect face to face with my "lanzaditas", with my fans, and with the girls who can't wait to have the best party. I've been part of many events, but the truth is that the Expo surprised me because they are very well organized, there is good quality, and it’s free to the public. Actually, I am very proud to be part of this event," said Fernanda.

Another of the most anticipated moments, the fashion show, was presented by designers Mitzy and Moda 2000 and saw countless models showcasing some of the most spectacular quinceañera dresses and outfits for chamberlains. One who did not miss a minute of the parade down the catwalk was Annie Ventura, Cover Girl Orange County magazine edition and who shared her feelings about wearing a stunning red dress designed by Mitzy. "I am very excited to represent all the girls who will be quinceañeras" commented the model.

Part of the event was also hosted by two young talents from LenteVision, who kept the audience entertained at all times. All this and with gifts, raffles, music, celebrities, models, and a party atmosphere—the expo proved that it continues to get better every time.

Special thanks to the event sponsors, Wells Fargo, Goya, Mitzy, Moda 2000 El Clasificado, and EC Hispanic Media. The next Quinceañ Expo and Fashion Show will take place on September 25th, in the city of Ontario, California

About is a multi-platform party-planning brand that integrates web, e-newsletters, print supplements, mobile, and live events to reach bilingual Quinceañeras and their families. is a product of EC Hispanic Media, a Hispanic marketing solutions company serving the U.S. Latino grassroots community through niche-oriented brands since 1988. EC Hispanic Media flagship product is El Clasificado magazine, a verified publication with a weekly circulation of 510,000 copies, which is distributed in over 300 cities in Southern California and also Yuma, Arizona.

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