Actionably influence Hispanic consumers in neighborhoods where they live, work, shop and play

Laundromat Poster Advertising Example - Delaware
Walking Billboard Advertising, Downtown, Los Angeles
Hispanic Neighborhood Wild Postings Advertising - New York City
Walking Billboard Design for Hispanic Festival  - New York City
Barbershop Advertising New York City
Laundromat Urban Panel Advertising - New York City
Hispanic In-Store Bodega Advertising Company Example - Washington Heights, New York City
Spanish Wild Postings Outdoor Advertising - Washington Heights, New York City
Hispanic Walking Billboard Advertising - Los Angeles Company Example
Hispanic Outdoor Advertising Wild Posting Advertising Example - East Los Angeles
Wild Postings Company Example - Bushwick Brooklyn

Hispanic Marketing offering is the engagement of multigenerational Mexican, Puerto Rican, Dominican, Cuban and Brazilian consumers in city neighborhoods where they live, shop, work and socialize.

With Hispanic communities accounting for more than 35% of the population in many of United States biggest cities it is a necessity for companies to have ongoing brand advertising and engagement outreach programs.

Examples of city Hispanic Marketing approaches are:

1.) Engaging consumers in around transit and shopping hubs with bilingual street teams

2.) Participation in annual Hispanic festivals with floats or experiential marketing activations

3.) One-sheet advertising posters signs placed in bodegas, barbershops, laundromats and college campuses

The advantage of Hispanic Marketing is that it allows brands to connect with target audiences through local culture and community connections.

ALT TERRAIN’s Hispanic marketing and advertising coverage includes big cities such as Los Angeles, New York City, Chicago, Miami, San Diego, Houston, Atlanta as well as smaller ones such as Allentown and Charlotte with high percentage of Hispanic consumers.

Below are the most commonly requested New York City, Los Angeles and Chicago neighborhoods for Hispanic advertising and marketing, however forward us your specific cities and objectives for a custom proposal:

Hispanic-centric Neighborhoods in New York City – Washington Heights, Sunset Park, Bushwick, Spanish Harlem, Lower East Side, Corona, Elmhurst, Jackson Heights, Fordham-Bedford, Tremont, University Heights / Morris Heights, East Bronx and Cypress Hills

Hispanic-centric Neighborhoods in Los Angeles – East Los Angeles, Boyle Heights, Downtown, Huntington, Walnut Park, Atwater Village, Cypress Park, Bell Gardens, Vernon, Highland Park, and South Gate.

Hispanic-centric Neighborhoods in Chicago – Logan Square, Avondale, Pilsen, Kilbourn Park, Little Village, Humboldt Park and Back of the Yards

Contact ALT TERRAIN to learn about our effective Hispanic Marketing ideas, examples, strategies and pricing.