A s the City of New Orleans and the Gulf South region struggles to regain the international recognition as the most Caribbean of American, Carnaval Latino draws on those artists who have shaped our music and culture for hundreds of years to assist in this effort. This artistic redevelopment is a critical and vital step into the future of what will continue to be an eclectic and diverse community.
The New Orleans area continues to evolve with the Hispanic community almost doubling in size from its pre-Katrina levels. Through its determined work ethic, this expanding demographic has enhanced the city’s potential for success.
The vigorous tourism industry that drives the New Orleans region, demands an event that will focus the eyes of the State, the Nation, and the World on how Hispanics have contributed to the history and are helping shape the future of New Orleans. Carnaval Latino makes it possible for the local and regional Hispanic community to participate in and celebrate its heritage and culture. Our primary goals and objectives are:
- To provide a positive economic impact for the State of Louisiana and the City of New Orleans through a festival conceived, planned and produced by the local Hispanic Community for the benefit and enjoyment of its friends and neighbors.
- To support Hispanic artists and musicians whose contributions to the culture and heritage of the New Orleans Area are vital to its cultural diversity.
- To generate tourist attendance at Carnaval Latino events through the promotion of destination tourism and target marketing of audiences drawn to the Latino experience throughout the southeast, southwest, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central/South America, creating another “must attend” event for our City.
- To increase understanding through educational forays into in the Latin culture and heritage, by presenting the highest caliber of artists, musicians and other performers during Carnaval Latino events.
- To install a sense of pride and accomplishment in the Hispanic community.
- The Gulf South’s largest and most colorful Columbus Day Parade.
- All in preparation for our beloved City’s 300th Birthday Celebration – New Orleans 2018!
TO REMIND US THAT WE ARE ONE!
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Please use the following resources and instructions to set up a graphic link (known as web banner) to the Carnaval Latino 2015 official website.
Web Banners (468x60)
Web Button (120x60)
- Using your mouse, highlight the hole three lines of code above and right-click over it while selected (highlighted).
- Select the copy command from the popup contextual menu.
- Open your webpage in a text editor and paste the code you copied in step 4 wherever you want the banner to appear in your page.
- Save your changes.
- Upload your updated page to your server (if needed).
- Optional steps (if your page is a blog or is generated by a CMS platform)
- Click over the banner image. This will open it in a new window or tab (depending of your browser configuration).
- Right-click (or tap) over the image and select “save image as” (“save image”) command from the popup contextual menu.
- Upload the image as usual in your blog or CMS.
- If you are not able to upload the file, use this “http://carnavalatinola.com/media/ban/Carnaval2015-468×60.gif” for the SOURCE VALUE
- Use this href=”http://carnavalatinola.com/ for the URL (DESTINATION) VALUE
If you have questions, please contact our webmaster.