BrazilClubUSA.com's commitment to the Brazilian American community begins with music & the arts. We fully involve musicians who perform and create Brazilian music and support non-profit organizations by elevating their visibility in the community.
Chicago, Illinois (PRWEB) September 05, 2012
On Friday, September 7th 2012 – Brazil’s Independence Day – BrazilClubUSA.com will officially debut the latest version of its social networking directory for the Brazilian American community.
As a cross-cultural hub, Brazil Club (http://www.brazilclubusa.com) offers a social structure to support the dreams, goals and ambitions of individuals, small businesses, corporations and service organizations by helping them to grow within a cooperative community framework.
Since its launch in May 2011, Brazil Club has drawn more than 9,700,000 page views for its 1,100 directory members on three continents. Brazil Club’s new site builds upon the success of its first year of operation by incorporating a number of innovative features and enhanced services.
“After our initial launch in 2011, we decided that we could do a better job with ease of use and more effectively direct social interaction,” said Brazil Club’s President Scott Adams, who is a leader in the promotion of Brazilian culture in US. “So we selected a Brazilian American social media company to help us design and build a new site, rolled up our sleeves and got to work.”
Brazil Club is the online resource where you can view, review and share your opinions with others. Or search out a new restaurant, enjoy a concert, lounge or club date, find a place of worship or plan your next trip to Brazil.
And because Brazil Club’s search engine is geo-intuitive, the mobile version of BrazilClubUSA.com (plus forthcoming apps for Apple and Android) has the information you want exactly when you need it with listings and events in the USA, Canada, Brazil and London, England – in both English and Portuguese.
“Brazil Club’s commitment to the Brazilian American community begins with music and the arts. Our policy is to fully involve musicians who perform and create Brazilian music and to support non-profit organizations by elevating their visibility in the community.”
“We want these members to carry Brazil Club’s message of community to their fans and followers.”
BrazilClubUSA.com is the online home for the Brazilian Minute (a weekly cultural program which showcases an interesting Brazilian person, place or event) and the Brazil Club Lounge, an interactive page that is also a popular weekly segment of The Sounds of Brazil radio/webstream show. Both are available from the Brazil Club home page.
BrazilClubUSA.com also offers a variety of free and paid services, from banner advertising, deals, classifieds and a powerful events calendar to full-featured marketing campaigns which can incorporate both traditional and social media programs; coast-to-coast or by desired region.
‘Brazil has the fifth largest economy in the world and is the largest country in Latin America but its status with the American public is clearly secondary to its Spanish-speaking neighbors,” said Adams. “Brazil Club’s goal is to change that perception by drawing equally upon the creativity of Brazil’s culture, the innovation of its business acumen and the participation of committed individuals who realize that their efforts can now make a real difference – not only for themselves but for everyone in our Brazilian American community.”
For a limited time, Brazil Club’s directory and events calendar services are free to small businesses, non-profit organizations and entrepreneurs.
Visit http://www.brazilclubusa.com today.
About Brazil Club:
Brazil Club is part of The Montage Communications Group, Inc., a multi-year recipient of the Brazilian International Press Award for excellence in the promotion and advancement of Brazilian culture.
To learn more about Brazil Club and its mission, please visit http://www.brazilclubusa.com/content/about-us.html