Mando Rayo talks tacos in Bon Appetit Magazine

A couple of months ago, I took Andrew Knowlton, Restaurant Editor of Bon Appétit Magazine on an Austin Taco Tour. We talked about the Austin vibe, tacos and ate plenty of them. I also provided some taco tips and the rest is taco history. Pick up a copy of the magazine or check out the…

In the Driver’s Seat

Whether you’re going to work or hanging out with family and friends in Austin, Texas the commute is getting increasingly difficult and now more than ever public transportation is on the rise. With a growing city, Capital Metro has made it their mission to relieve this stress and much of that is owed to the…

Aliento A Tequila Exhibit

Congratulations to Joel Salcido, friend of MRC on the opening of Aliento A Tequila fine art photography exhibit. We were excited to work with Joel and bring over 600 people to the exhibit. Mil gracias to our sponsor and partners, Don Julio Tequila, Hunter PR, Pentagram Design, Sanders\Wingo, Four Seasons Hotel and the ESB-Mexican-American Cultural…

Content for Latino Millennials at #FestivalPEOPLE

MRC was proud to partner with Mercury Mambo and work on the 2014 Festival PEOPLE en Español. We were tasked to develop content and programming that speaks to today’s Latino Millennials through celebrity panels and sessions that were provocative, bilingual & engaging. This included talk shows, a tribute to a Latin American icon, live performances and Q&A’s…

Austin Taco Tour – Curated Experience for General Mills/Old El Paso

Take one part Austin vibe, 2 parts taco culture and 10 parts blogger engagement, what you have is a customized taco tour for General Mills & Old El Paso. MRC developed and curated the Austin Taco Tour as part of Old El Paso’s #FrshestBloggers on the Web campaign kick-off. We worked with the General Mills…

When it Comes to Ad Towns, Don’t Mess With Austin, Texas

Great to see all the media attention Austin is getting, especially when they mention independent agencies like MRC! Good story on the creative ad sector in Austin on AdAge. “Whatever hipster hub Portland, Ore., might claim, Austin, Texas, is the original “keep it weird” city. But like Portland, the city’s advertising and tech scene is…

What’s Next in Hispanic Marketing?

Find out at the Austin AdFed Hispanic Marketing Symposium, June 4 – Austin. These days it seems like everyone’s got Hispanics on the brain — whether it’s in consumer products, food, entertainment or politics — you can’t get too far without hearing how this growing demographic is important to you and the future of your…