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For the Love of Familia

Our DiMe Media team was so moved by Jarritos’ short film “The Journey” that we wanted to share about our own family immigrant stories. We truly feel that regardless of where we come from, the diversity of our country is what makes us unique. We’re Americans whose families made their way to this great nation for ...

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Wonderful Pistachios #ViveWonderful Twitter Party

Let’s get crackin’! November is National Diabetes Month and we’re excited to share a great snack with you! Did you know pistachios are a good source of protein and fiber—it provides three times as many pieces per serving when compared to 15 pieces of potato chips. Impressive for such a small nut right?! Just one ...

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#Adelante Franchising as a Family Business Twitter Party

Latinas are driving entrepreneurship growth and are the emerging economic market in the U.S.! Latinas make up almost half of all Latino-owned businesses, bringing in almost $100 billion a year in revenue. Franchising is a great way to start a business when you want to work for yourself, but don’t want to start from scratch. Franchises offer ...

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#Adelante Creating a Food Business from Your Pain Twitter Party

As Latinos, food is one of the languages of our cultura. So many moments happen around the table with familia. If it’s your passion, why not start a business in the food industry? If you’ve ever dreamed about owning your own business, the time is now! That’s why The Adelante Movement has partnered with Coca-Cola ...

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Join Us for the milk life #HerenciaLeche Twitter Party

It’s no secret that Latinos love ‘leche’ – from ‘arroz con leche’ to a liquado or the beloved ‘café con leche’ many Latino recipes include milk. In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, the Milk Life Lo Que Nos Hace Fuertes campaign is encouraging families everywhere to celebrate their culture and add milk to their diet ...

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Join Us for The Coca-Cola Adelante Movement Becoming Self Made Webinar 3 Part Series

Hermanas, now is our time! The Hispanic food industry is growing – salsa and tortillas are flying off the shelves in place of ketchup and pasta. And in this emerging economic market, Latinas are playing a more important role than ever, by driving entrepreneurial growth in the U.S. In order to help Latinas capitalize on ...

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Join Us for the LACTAID® National Coffee Day Twitter Party

An empanada or a pastelito? What treat do you enjoy with your café? The chill in the air has nothing on us when we’re enjoying a cafecito! Thanks to LACTAID®, which is real milk just without the lactose, there’s no reason to shut out milk completely because of dairy sensitivity when it comes to enjoying ...

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BlogHer Food 2016 Full Conference Pass Giveaway #BlogHerFood16

Hey ya’ll! Hope all you foodies are ready for some Southern food in Austin, Texas. Our DiMe Media team is thrilled to partner with BlogHer Food 2016 and we’re so excited that we want to give away one (1) conference pass! #BlogHerFood16, the world’s largest conference for food online content creators and social web influencers, will be in Austin, October 7 ...

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#FeelTheOrgullo Photo-a-Day Challenge

Calling all of our football fanáticos! We’re so excited to be partnering with the NFL and kicking off Hispanic Heritage Month 2016 with the #FeelTheOrgullo Photo-a-Day challenge. Starting Thursday, September 15th we cannot wait to see each of your daily fotos inspired by our daily themes on Instagram and Twitter. Make sure to include the #FeelTheOrgullo hashtag for a chance to ...

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Back to School #TuTwist Twitter Party con Vive Mejor

Summer is nearly over and it’s time to get our little ones back to school. Vacations are done, weekend barbecues are over, and fun late nights with our familias are coming to an end. But just because our kids are back in school, that doesn’t mean our routine has to go back to being, well, ...

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