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There’s a Great Mural to This Story

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The Jose Cuervo Tradicional Mural Project is all about honoring Hispanic art and culture here in the US. But last month the biggest honor of them all went to our winning muralist — Adriana Garcia of San Antonio, Texas.

Launched in August 2012, the Mural Project culled 10 artists representing 10 US states from a vast canvas of applicants. The 10 finalists were then asked to create a 5x10ft mural that brought to life their particular vision of a better world for their city. The winner was to be selected by vote, so since October MKTG INC has hosted gallery events in each artist’s city, allowing them to showcase previous works and gain support for the voting phase of the program. Fans voted for their favorite piece on the Jose Cuervo Tradicional Facebook page.

On April 17, the writing was on the wall for winner Adriana, who was awarded $15,000 for herself and $15,000 for her selected nonprofit, the San Antonio arts organization Centro Cultural Aztlan. More than 200 guests came out to support Adriana’s work in a fun and inspiring rewards ceremony. “Felicitaciones” to Adriana!

Written by Mike DelMonaco

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MKTG INC Serves Jose Cuervo Pro Beach Volleyball Series

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Jose Cuervo Pro Beach VolleyballPhoto Credit: Manny Pascual and Joshua Ragland

With the 2012 Sumer Olympics taking place there’s no better time to be right in-the-mix of some intense Beach Volleyball action (as if there was ever a BAD time for beautiful weather, shredded demigod built athletes and edge of your seat competition).

The Jose Cuervo Pro Beach Volleyball Series brought to you by MKTG INC is in the midst of hitting some of the country’s biggest beach volleyball towns bringing them an experience that reaches far beyond the average beach volleyball fan’s expectations.  Jose Cuervo has played a huge part in beach volleyball dating back to the 1970’s and they are now injecting a boost of energy into the sport with their events.  Not only do fans get a chance to watch some of the world’s best volleyball players get their bump, set and spike on but they get to do it in true Cuervo fashion. A fully loaded Cuervo Village is open to the crowd offering them some not so typical volleyball activities; Mechanical Lime Bull, 30 foot Rock Wall, Cuervo Shaved Ice Margaritas and a whole slew of activities that you’ll just need to check out for yourself.

The Cuervo Series only has 3 more stops this season so check out www.jcpbvs.com to find out where they are headed next or to watch the action on their live webcast.

Written by: Javier Cubria

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