QuieroLatino.com Launches Upscale Dating Site for Latinos in the US
National rollout begins today; the first 1,000 individuals to register by Valentine’s Day will receive a 3 month free trial membership
San Francisco, CA–(HISPANIC PR WIRE – PR Newswire)–February 7, 2008–QuieroLatino.com, an exclusive new dating site for Latinos in the United States, announced today the launch of its nationwide rollout. Beginning today, singles can visit QuieroLatino.com, create a free profile, and start meeting other singles.
Designed as the premier online dating site for Latinos in the United States, QuieroLatino is offering the first 1,000 individuals who register on QuieroLatino.com by Valentine’s Day a 3 Month Free Trial Membership. QuieroLatino is offering the limited time promotion to celebrate the Beta launch of its website.
Visitors to QuieroLatino will find a website that has been specifically targeted towards Latinos in the United States
Visitors to QuieroLatino will find a website that has been specifically targeted towards Latinos in the United States. “QuieroLatino has worked with several Latino marketers to create a website that is culturally relevant for Latinos in the U.S.,” said Joe Spector, Co-Founder.
“QuieroLatino is the first dating site I have seen that creates the perfect atmosphere for Latinos; it’s a place where they can find a great date instead of being frustrated with a generic website,” said Juan Guillermo Tornoe, an expert Latino marketer and author of the Hispanic Trending blog.
It is estimated that over two million Latinos currently use online dating. “Our goal is to become the go-to dating website for the large and growing Latino population,” said Ariel Oxman, Co-Founder.
About QuieroLatino.com LLC
QuieroLatino is the vision of two co-founders, Ariel Oxman and Joe Spector, who realized the unmet need for Latinos to meet each other online. The two met while grad students at the University of Pennsylvania, where Oxman received his law degree and Spector his MBA. Oxman, whose family is from Chile, has worked extensively in the US Latino community, including as a Public Policy Fellow with the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute. Spector, who immigrated to the US from Russia at a young age, spent time as a banker on Wall Street. For more information or to start looking for a date, visit http://www.QuieroLatino.com