May 15, 2018

Amscot Financial—the Florida-based company providing convenient, consumer-oriented financial services through its network of retail branches— reveals its latest Spanish-bilingual campaign geared toward a growing and evolving Hispanic consumer segment.  The new, original campaign highlights convenient financial services for the growing needs of the ‘gig economy’ with the rise in entrepreneurship, self-employment and those seeking professional development.  Amscot is one more friend in managing their day to day goals and life opportunities – mindful of every penny they manage.

“With immigration continuing to increase in Florida, our Hispanic customer base is seeking a wider range of financial options to better manage their entrepreneurial goals and the day-to-day transactions of running a small business, to even a startup,” said Ian MacKechnie, founder and CEO of Amscot Financial.  “At Amscot, our model allows us to service these growing communities as a reliable financial partner.”

Founder of Semilla AD and daughter of immigrant parents, Gabriela Alcantara-Diaz, reiterated how “The new campaign reflects our segment’s fortitude for making things happen no matter the circumstance, while creating economic influence.  Armed with ambition and a strong work ethic, many immigrant millennial Latinos are starting their own gig, like turning a passion for health into a juicer kiosk.  With Amscot, entrepreneurs to self-employed customers can obtain access to immediate cash, check cashing, free money orders to bill pay services seven days a week at conveniently located, bilingual-staffed neighborhood branches.”

The broadcast media campaign will launch May 14 and air across the largest Hispanic DMAs in Florida -- Miami-Dade, Orlando and Tampa, with a rotation of 28 fifteen second combined TV and radio executions.

“The television and radio campaign depict true-to-life stories, culturally attuned to Florida’s ethnic diversity.  Each spot aims to elicit a unique emotion, with Amscot as one more friend in managing their day to day goals and life opportunities.” said Shirley Attia, Semilla AD’s Creative Director.

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Tutor

Juicer

Flood

Therapy

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