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  • Hispanic Millennials are the new spending power
  • Hispanic Millennials are the new spending power
    Gustavo Gomes (2009) ©
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Hispanic Millennials are the new spending power

The cultural make up of America is changing. Every month for the next two decades, some 50,000 Hispanic-Americans will turn 18. With this group's immense buying power, it's set to provoke major change in the marketplace. Get ready to meet the new wave of American dreamers.

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