Showing posts from December, 2009

Building community

A significant part of Puerto Rico Sun's mission is building community. The social networks have been instrumental in helping us fulfill our mission. I want to thank everyone who is part of the PRSUN familia in one way or another. Looking forward to a prosperous new year. Here's a glance: PRSUN on Twitter, 895 followers Clarisel Gonzalez on Facebook, 1,486 friends Puerto Rico Sun Communications' Facebook page (open): 259 fans Puerto Rico Sun's Facebook group (closed/by invite): 162 members Clarisel's Photo Place page at Facebook, 42 fans Puerto Rico Sun's very own social network at : 68 members PRSUN at MySpace: 386 friends New: Puerto Rico Sun Communications' LinkedIn group: 29 members Happy new year from Puerto Rico Sun Communications. PRSUN hopes to grow as a community media and art business in the new year. One way you can help support our efforts is by leaving a tip via PayPal.

Merry Christmas from PRSUN

Hi Puerto Rico Sun readers and visitors, Christmas greetings for you: -- Clarisel

PRSUN TV: Parranda!!!! in the Bronx

Get a taste of Parranda!!!! at Coqui Mexicano, a small fusion shop in the South Bronx. The community parranda was held in celebration of Coqui Mexicano's first anniversary as a business in the Melrose section. It was held on the day after Thanksgiving as a way of thanking the community for the support and kicking off the Christmas season. Parranda!!! @ Coqui Mexicano from Clarisel Gonzalez on Vimeo . Felicidades from PRSUN.

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The Puerto Rico Tourism Company Launches Innovative Advertising Campaign Through the Eyes of Artist Elliott Erwitt

A Celebration of Puerto Rico's History, the Campaign Takes You on a Photographic Journey of the Islands, Its People and Culture SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico, Dec. 3 /PRNewswire/ -- The Puerto Rico Tourism Company will unveil a new integrated marketing campaign designed to increase awareness and make Puerto Rico a top of mind destination. The $10 million advertising campaign will run locally on networks like Bravo, Food Network, Fine Living, Travel Channel, CNN and CNBC. Print will run in titles like Vanity Fair, Architectural Digest, Food & Wine, In Style, Town & Country, and Travel & Leisure. Digital and out-of-home advertising also supports the campaign. The campaign is scheduled to launch in December 2009 and run through June 2010. At the center of the initiative is a series of Elliott Erwitt photographs taken during a return trip to Puerto Rico this spring where the world-renowned Magnum photographer re-discovered the Islands' essence: romantic, rich in culture and