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9 July 2014 Tombras Adds Carlos Alcazar to Lead Multicultural Marketing

The Tombras Group is pleased to announce that cross-cultural marketing expert Carlos Alcazar has joined our team as the Managing Director of Multicultural. Carlos was formerly the President & Chief Creative Officer of Hispanic Communications Network. Carlos has produced award-winning work for clients like LIVESTRONG, AT&T, The American Heart Association and several federal government agencies.

The Tombras Group has been developing multicultural and Spanish-language campaign work for clients like the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, McDonald’s and ESPN, but by bringing Carlos and his network of cross-cultural experts inside we’ve positioned ourselves to grow as a market leader across demographics. “Our world is changing faster than at any point in history,” says Alcazar. “Data-driven decisions combined with original content and messaging that resonates and spurs action across cultures creates true market engagement.”

Tombras is the new agency model. World-class designers and writers, account planners and data scientists, plus creative technologists paired with cross-cultural experts who can bring any idea to life in any channel. This model allows us to do creative that works and delivers measurable business results in rapidly changing consumer markets across the country.

Below are three national brand examples of multicultural campaigns. You can view more of our work here. 

The Tombras Group is a 200-person, full-service advertising agency with a digital mindset. In the brand-building business since 1946, the family-owned agency serves national and global clients. In 2015, Tombras was recognized as Ad Age Small Agency of the Year, and in 2016 it was ranked by Palma Consulting as Independent Agency of the Year. Tombras connects data and creativity for business results. Offices are located in Washington, D.C.; Louisville, Kentucky; Nashville with headquarters in Knoxville, Tennessee. More information: www.tombras.com.