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The Expo and Fashion Show arrives to Orange County

By September 20, 2013January 28th, 2015Company News


The free event is the fourth party planning expo presented by El Clasificado this year.

On Sunday June 10th, The Expo and Fashion Show promises to gather over 1,000 Hispanic families at the Crowne Plaza Anaheim Resort in Orange County. The Expo and Fashion show offers families the opportunity to plan their Quinceanera in one day, bringing them every possible service for organizing their daughter’s fifteenth birthday, including reception hall rentals, catering, dresses, makeup, and more.

For the fourth consecutive time this year, the Fashion Show will be showcasing the highly anticipated Raul Corona and Moda 2000 dress collections. Also, the fashion show will be kicked into gear with the coronation ceremony of Magazine’s June 2012 cover girl. Aside from gathering numerous party-planning ideas and options, the event will also feature special perks for the Quinceañera attendees.

The free event will offer exclusive opportunities including: a VIP lounge with drinks, appetizers and the best view of the show, preferred floor seating where girls will have an up close look at the fashion show, a workshop limited to the first 50 girls registered and interested in pursuing a career in the fashion industry, a Quinceanera dress give away, an iPad, various vendor raffles, and more.

El Clasificado has presented the Expo and Fashion Show series since 2006. The 2012 Expos series will culminate in October with its second Expo in the city of San Diego. is a multi-platform party-planning brand that integrates web, newsletters, a print magazine, mobile, and live events to reach bilingual Quinceañeras and their families. The event is presented by EC Hispanic Media, a Los Angeles based company with headquarters in Norwalk, California. Through its flagship print product, El Clasificado, EC Hispanic media reaches over 1.5 million Hispanics on a weekly basis. Its print footprint extends from the Central Valley of California to San Diego with a distribution of 475,000.