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Jul
14
2011

The Women of México Today

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As most of you know, I’ve been hired as a Community Manager and Ambassador for the México Today campaign. I´ve gushed enough already (here and here) about how I couldn´t ask for a better partnership, but I haven´t gushed enough about the other women ambassadors I have the privilege of sharing this space with.

Today, I want to introduce you to them (yes, there are 12 male ambassadors as well and we´ll feature them soon), not only because I think they are an amazing bunch to discover, but also because the content they share on their blogs is a must-read for anyone either 1) planning a trip to México; 2) looking for an outlet to live the México experience vicariously; or 3) love learning more about México´s rich culture, people and the positive stories about this country.

During the México Today kick-off event in Oaxaca, I discovered that I share with each one of these bloggers, not only an obvious common passion for México, but also a risk-taking soul, a love for adventure and an open-mind willing to reach beyond that we don´t know.

Meet the Women of México Today

Be sure to click on the images to visit their blogs.  They are all a must to entice you on a México adventure with your family. Yes, that should be on your bucket list.

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You can also follow all the good news and positive stories shared by the Mexico Today ambassadors with this handy Twitter list and with the hashtag #MexicoToday.

P.S.  I would love it if a SpanglishBaby friend would win this fabulous Mexico Weekend Vacation to the beaches of Huatulco! Go here to enter!  Keeping my fingers crossed for you in changuitos!

Disclosure:  I am being compensated for my work in creating and managing content as a Community Manager for the México Today Program.  I am also being invited to an all-expenses paid trip to Oaxaca as part of my role.  All stories, opinions and passion for all things México shared here are completely my own.



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