Pampers will debut its new online initiative, Mi milagro. Nuestra herencia. Pampers is providing Hispanic moms with a forum to connect and discuss how they celebrate and preserve their cultural roots, pride and traditions with their little miracles. The new dedicated heritage tab is part of an online offering on the Pampers' Latino Facebook page (Facebook.com/PampersLatino).
“With one in four babies born in the U.S. being Hispanic, we understand how important it is to provide moms with ongoing support through programs that speak to their everyday needs,” said Felix Olmo, Pampers brand manager. “Pampers wants to continue to build and strengthen relationships with Hispanic moms by giving them a place to display their joy and pride in being a new parent, while offering them resources for their baby's well-being and a happy development.”
The Mi milagro. Nuestra herencia. interactive forum offers Hispanic consumers the opportunity to connect with the Pampers Latino community and share personal baby care tips, cultural traditions or special memories from their childhood. The online forum celebrates and supports parents in their quest to raise their little miracles in the American experience while encouraging them to protect their Hispanic cultural pride and traditions.
To commemorate the debut of the online initiative, Pampers is encouraging Hispanic consumers to honor their little miracles' culture by logging on to the Pampers Latino Facebook page and visiting the special Mi milagro. Nuestra herencia. heritage tab (located on the top of the screen); to participate in weekly giveaways for a chance to win customized Pampers' body suit featuring the names of several Latin American countries of origin.
Fans will get the chance to participate in weekly cultural body suit drawings'. One lucky family will even be selected at random to win the ultimate grand prize - a vacation to visit a Latin American country to reconnect with their cultural roots . The promotion ends May 31, 2012.
“At Pampers, we recognize the need to honor the uniqueness of Latinos living in the U.S., American parenting and the cultural duality that they encounter with their little miracles,” added Olmo. “Whether a parent is from Mexico, El Salvador or Puerto Rico, we want to be the brand that supports Latino parents in preserving their Hispanic cultural roots while they strike a balance to embracing their American lifestyle and journey with their little miracles.”
As part of the new initiative, Pampers is also partnering with key influential Latina mommy bloggers, blogueras, from across the country to help build awareness, support and excitement for its latest offering.