Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Local marketers plotting campaign to change Hispanics' education beliefs

Changing attitudes among Hispanics is key to boosting educational attainment, and it begs for a massive public awareness campaign crafted by the same clever people who sell us cars and toothpaste.

Ernesto Bromley of San Antonio-based Bromley Communications, one of the nation's leadings Hispanic ad agencies, is plotting such an effort but is not ready to go public with details, he said Monday at a town hall-type meeting aimed at shaping President Barack Obama's agenda on Hispanic education.

Held at the University of Texas at San Antonio's downtown campus, the event kicked off a series of community conversations in Texas and around the nation led by Juan Sepúlveda, a San Antonio resident tapped to lead the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanic Americans.

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