Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Pasta De Lassar Andromaco® Launches Baby Photo Contest

Three Grand prize winners will be featured in the Pasta De Lassar TV commerical.

We recently announced the launch of Pasta De Lassar's photo contest called "Mi Bebé Sano y Feliz" (My Healthy and Happy Baby). The contest is dedicated to celebrating happy, healthy babies and participants can enter by visiting Facebook.com/pastadelassar.  The contest is scheduled to run through June 21st, 2012.
The photo contest will award up to three lucky winners with a year’s supply of Pasta De Lassar, a Sears portrait photograph session, a $250 Walmart gift card and a cameo appearance in the Pasta De Lassar TV commercial airing in select markets across the United States.
Participants will have the opportunity to share an image of their healthy and happy baby via Facebook.  The public will be able to vote for their favorite images by visiting Pasta de Lassar’s Facebook page until June 21st, 2012.  Upon completion of the voting period, a panel of judges will then evaluate the 10 babies with the most votes and the judges will select and announce the Grand Prize winners on or around July 1, 2012.
Pasta De Lassar Andrómaco is the leading multi-purpose skin protectant in Mexico specifically formulated to treat and prevent diaper rash. It is imported exclusively by MarcasUSA LLC and available in the US at Walmart and other major retailers nationwide. 

Check out the promotion at Facebook.com/pastadelassar and to learn more about Pasta De Lassar Andrómaco visit  pastadelassar.com.

On The Road Towards Ethnic Plurality

Ethnic plurality has been an accepted fact in many of the most populous states in the US for some time.  Overall the pace towards ethnic plurality is accelerating as racial and ethnic minority births now start to outpace white births (see chart nearby).

These dynamic demographic changes are driven by the US Hispanic population and will benefit  the US economy substantially. 

As Fareed Zakaria noted recently on US politics and the economy:
"Its (US) demographics are strikingly healthy: It will be the only rich country in the world to actually increase its population over the next 30 years - which means more young workers, producers, entrepreneurs and taxpayers."