/C O R R E C T I O N -- Jose Cuervo Tradicional/
/C O R R E C T I O N -- Jose Cuervo Tradicional/
NEW YORK, April 17, 2013
In the news release, Jose Cuervo Tradicional Mural Project Announces Grand Prize Winner, issued 17-Apr-2013 by Jose Cuervo Tradicional over PR Newswire, we are advised by the company that the name in the subheadline should read "Adriana Garcia" rather than "Adriana Gonzalez" as originally issued inadvertently. The complete, corrected release follows:
Jose Cuervo Tradicional Mural Project Announces Grand Prize Winner
Adriana Garcia and Centro Cultural Aztlan each receive $15,000 Grant from Leading Tequila Brand
NEW YORK, April 17, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Chicana artist and San Antonio resident, Adriana Garcia, today was named the winner of the Jose Cuervo Tradicional Mural Project and its $15,000 grant. Jose Cuervo Tradicional – Mexico's No. 1 super-premium tequila with the same recipe used in Cuervo's original tequila in 1795 – will also award $15,000 to Centro Cultural Aztlan, a local non-profit organization that promotes the arts and culture in San Antonio, Texas.
"The Jose Cuervo Tradicional Mural Project uncovered some of the most talented Latino artists across the country," said Ami-Lynn Bakshi, Vice President Marketing, Jose Cuervo. "Adriana's mural beautifully portrayed the importance of Latino culture and heritage, and how it influences the face of the new America, which was one of our main goals for the Jose Cuervo Tradicional Mural Project."
Garcia's original acrylic-paint-on-canvas mural, titled "Todo Tiene Su Efecto", "Everything has an Effect," used images of women to portray the Latino heritage. Each image reflects the important role that ancestry has as a foundation of traditions and how it contributes to contemporary culture. One of the underlying structures of the piece is a tree that symbolizes the history of human evolution and life's interconnectivity. To Garcia, individuals become closer to their ancestors by passing on their ancestral culture to build the next generation.
"My main goal, as I created my mural, was to celebrate the importance and influence of our heritage," said Garcia. "More than a competition, the Jose Cuervo Tradicional Mural Project gave me the opportunity to express and celebrate my Latino culture and use my mural to benefit my community."
In addition to the $15,000 grant to Garcia, the Jose Cuervo Tradicional Mural Project will also make a $15,000 donation to Centro Cultural Aztlan. Founded in 1977, Centro Cultural Aztlan serves the local community of San Antonio with multiple cultural programs that range from the visual and literary arts to music and dance. The culturally focused non-profit organization caters to its community with the ultimate goal of promoting and celebrating Latino arts and culture.
"Centro Cultural Aztlan aligns with the vision of the Jose Cuervo Tradicional Mural Project and also celebrates the rich and diverse Latino culture we bring to our community," said Malena Gonzalez-Cid, Executive Director of Centro Cultural Aztlan. "We are grateful for the donation Jose Cuervo Tradicional has made to our organization."
Launched in August 2012, the Jose Cuervo Tradicional Mural Project invited artists from coast to coast to paint an original mural inspired by their Latino heritage. Representing New York, Southern and Northern California, Florida, Illinois, Nevada, Washington, Georgia, Arizona, and Texas, the 10 murals were showcased on Jose Cuervo's Facebook page from January 15 through February 28, 2013 where consumers 21 years of age and older voted for the mural that best portrayed their Latino heritage.
The Jose Cuervo Tradicional Mural Project also worked with the National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures (NALAC) to serve as a consultant for the Jose Cuervo Tradicional Mural Project across each phase of the program to engage artists, Latino communities and nonprofit organizations.
Jose Cuervo Tradicional reminds you to enjoy responsibly by drinking in moderation and designating a driver or taking public transportation.
About Jose Cuervo
Jose Cuervo is the largest producer of tequila throughout Mexico and around the world. The Jose Cuervo portfolio of tequilas includes Jose Cuervo Especial Gold, the number one tequila worldwide, Jose Cuervo Especial Silver, Jose Cuervo Tradicional 100% Agave Reposado and Silver, Jose Cuervo Platino, Jose Cuervo Reserva de la Familia, Jose Cuervo Golden Margaritas, Authentic Jose Cuervo Margaritas and Jose Cuervo Margarita Mix. For more information, visit www.josecuervo.com.
Jose Cuervo Tequilas are imported and marketed in the United States by Diageo North America, a subsidiary of Diageo plc. Diageo (Dee-AH-Gee-O) is the world's leading premium drinks business with an outstanding collection of beverage alcohol brands across spirits, wines and beer categories. These brands include Johnnie Walker, Guinness, Smirnoff, J&B, Baileys, Cuervo, Tanqueray, Captain Morgan, Crown Royal, Beaulieu Vineyard and Sterling Vineyards wines. Diageo is a global company, trading in more than 180 countries around the world. The company is listed on both the New York Stock Exchange (DEO) and the London Stock Exchange (DGE). For more information about Diageo, its people, brands and performance, visit us at http://www.diageo.com. For our global resource that promotes responsible drinking through the sharing of best practice tools, information and initiatives, visit DRINKiQ.com.
When enjoying this product, and all its products, Diageo reminds its adult consumers to drink responsibly. As the world's largest spirits, wine and beer company, Diageo is committed to social responsibility and the responsible marketing of its brands. The Diageo Marketing Code is one of the most stringent in the industry. Diageo is a founding member and major supporter of The Century Council, a not-for-profit organization whose programs are designed to combat drunk driving and underage drinking.
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SOURCE Jose Cuervo Tradicional
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