Tuesday, February 21, 2012

On Board with Latino Consultants and LatinoFoodie

I've been friends and colleagues with Sara and Ara at Latino Consultants for many years and I go to them for assistance and advice on a regular basis. Today, I met with them in their offices in Pasadena for their input and advice on LatinoLA's next stage.

They were pretty enthusiastic and had some great ideas on raising awareness and engaging people. Plus, they turned me on to one of their clients, Nevarez Vineyards, a Latino-owned winery in Paso Robles that helps out a lot of local nonprofits with wine-tastings and donations.

Here's a vintage interview with founder Juan Nevarez to whet your palate.

On the way home, I spoke with Stephen Chavez, co-founder and editor of LatinoFoodie, a really cool blog that features recipes and culture. They've posted a few of their articles on LatinoLA and we're looking forward to posting more.



  1. I guess now is the time for you to create your own business and make sure that you have your own franchise consultant to make sure that recipes are on the top charts.

  2. Winery business today is very popular. Although it requires a lot of effort from the owner and his team, the results that this business brings are worth it to try.