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November 12, 2009 – Fashion accessories company, Gregorio launches latest line of 100% silk, handmade neckwear

Gregorio interview on Univision - Despierta San Diego

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Gregorio spokeswoman Martha Lucia Brown interviewed on Despierta San Diego

New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson speaks with CNN's Don Lemon about issues of racism surrounding President Obama. September 19, 2009.

 

 

Gov. Bill Richardson, wearing Gregorio’s Eagle Warrior necktie

Read about Gregorio in the interview by Latin Vision Media in NYC. July 1, 2009.

 
 
The Museum of Man Store in San Diego is set to sell Gregorio Neckties
San Diego, CA (June 15, 2009) – Gregorio, an established Latino theme neckwear company, is excited to announce the availability of Gregorio neckwear at the National Museum of Mexican Art store just in time for the Father’s Day gift giving season! “Gregorio Neckwear has a historical Latino connection where the designs and the story communicate on a personal and cultural level. They are in and of themselves pieces of art. Being a part of the National Museum of Mexican Art is a crucial part of our business strategy.” says Gregorio president William Lopez. The National Museum of Mexican Art is the nation's largest Latino arts institution and the only Latino museum accredited by the American Association of Museums. The National Museum of Mexican Art has become a national leader and mentor for culturally grounded institutions and community based arts organizations, as well as for its advocacy of "First Voice" and cultural equity issues. The Museum defines the Mexican culture as "sin fronteras" (without borders) and presents the Mexican culture from ancient times to the present and how it has manifested itself on both sides of the border. For those looking for a unique one-of-a-kind accessory wear, Gregorio offers designs that transcend and appeal to anyone who like to be on the cutting edge of fashion. To learn more, or buy Gregorio neckwear visit the official website at www.gregorioties.com or visit the National Museum of Mexican Art store (www.nationalmuseumofmexicanart.org) and give a gift to that special someone a piece of Latino history.

 

Gregorio Neckties Now Available at the Lowe Art Museum Store

San Diego, CA (May 11, 2009) – Gregorio revealed today that their unique line of Latino neckwear will be carried at the Lowe Art museum store. The announcement was made at a press conference today. Gregorio, an established Latino theme neckwear company, is excited to announce the availability of Gregorio neckwear in Lowe Art museum store just in time for the Father’s Day gift giving season! “Being available at the Lowe Art Museum store is a crucial part of our business strategy. There is a historical connection where the designs visually communicate on a personal and cultural level.” says Gregorio president William Lopez. This comes on the heels of receiving complements from New MexicoGov. Bill Richardson, Antonio O. Garza, Jr., U.S. Ambassador to Mexico, Henry Cisneros, Executive Chairman of City View and Alberto R. Gonzales, former U.S. Attorney General. Each of whom sport Gregorio Neckwear. For those looking for that memorable Father’s Day gift that will be treasured forever, Gregorio offers designs are unique one-of-a-kind handmade neckties. They are in and of themselves pieces of art. To learn more, or buy Gregorio neckwear visit the official website at www.gregorioties.com or visit the Lowe Art Museum store (www.miami.edu/lowe/) and give a gift to that special someone a piece of Latino history.

 

Gregorio Article in Latina Magazine

Gregorio Ties Captures Spirit of Latino Life
New Online Company Launches One-of-a-Kind Silk Neckwear


San Diego, CA (September 2, 2008)
– A new company rooted in Latino culture, Gregorio (http://www.gregorioties.com) celebrates the vibrant spirit of Latino life with a unique line of men’s neckties. These stunning handmade one-of-a-kind 100% silk ties, known in Spanish as Corbatas, feature designs that carry over the exquisite colors and images of the Latino culture more often observed through art, architectural styles and pottery. “Our goal is to dress today’s fashion conscious person for their day at the office or for the social professional occasion with an accessory which allows him or her to feel the pride and exhibit the beauty of the Latino culture,” says Gregorio president William Lopez. The idea behind Gregorio came from Lopez’s realization what he wore as a professional didn’t express who he was from a cultural standpoint. Though he believes Latinos living in the United States had made many strides socially, politically and economically, for Lopez the question remained: “In terms of fashion, how do you celebrate those successes while staying connected to our Latino traditions?” It wasn’t about creating a statement equivalent to wearing a neon sign, it was about creating a presence in which the person could look in the mirror and “just know.” Lopez began to explore Latino core values and the relationship to clothing and accessories when the idea came to him. “Ties (Corbatas) have the landscape to tell a story; our story of being Latino,” he says. The inaugural Gregorio collections commemorate the iconic images of the Mexico’s Aztec Eagle Warriors, Lotería and even the inspiration of the Virgin of Guadalupe. Each collection tells a story of Latino culture, but these exquisite designs transcend boundaries and appeal to anyone who likes to be on the cutting edge of fashion. Gregorio plans to eventually expand its line to include other fashion accessory wear.

Gregorio Apparel provided while Sponsoring the following

LatinVision 5th Annual Voz Latina Hispanic Marketing Conference – April 23, 2009. Provided VIP and Gift bags with Gregorio apparel.

San Diego Ad Club Hispanic Luncheon. Provided moderator and speaker with Gregorio apparel.

Fiesta Del Sol - August 6, 2009. Provided VIP attendees with Gregorio apparel.

LatinVision Hispanic Retail 360 Conference – August 9-11, 2009. Provided VIP and Gift bags with Gregorio apparel.

California Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Conference – August 19-21, 2009. Showcased Gregorio apparel to all CHCC members.

1st Annual Miracle Babies 3K Run/Walk. November 14, 2009. Provided VIP with Gregorio apparel.

 
 
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