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B2 b2 01 14-13 article hispanic dealernet services

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The Hispanic Segment of the population in this country represents the 13th Largest Economy in the World and is the youngest, fastest growing segment of the US population representing 60 % of overall …

The Hispanic Segment of the population in this country represents the 13th Largest Economy in the World and is the youngest, fastest growing segment of the US population representing 60 % of overall population growth here in the US.


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  • 1. DoYou KnowWho Represents the “13th” Largest Economy inTheWorld Resides in the US “And you’re not paying attention” You need to know! (Here) Powered by One Big Broadcast
  • 2. The National median income of Hispanic households in 2012. $39,730.00 National Medium of all Households $57009.00 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ There were 1.1 Million Hispanics added to the nation's population between July 1, 2011, and July 1, 2012. This number is close to half of the approximately 2.3 million people added to the nation's population during this period _________________________________________________ One out of every 6 people in The United States Is Hispanic Statistics (United States Census Bureau & Income Pew Research Center 2012) The Hispanic/Latino Market This is A Market NotTo Be Ignored