Elyria, OH, June 15, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Trade Winds Cigars LLC, who also does business under the name of Dos Toros Solutions, has opened the doors to a new Latin Social Network. "Cabaña Latina." A new Latin site, concentrating on bringing Latinos from around the world, together in friendship under one roof.
Is there enough room for another Social Network on the internet?
When asked the question why he opened a Social Network, owner David Toro stated that he, "...along with his very good friend Tammy Morales, wanted a place for all Latinos to be able to come together, and to share with others no matter of where they are from." He feels that each Latin country has something very unique about themselves. Even so, they all do have one very special commonality, and that is, they are all Latinos.
Given his background, and his up bringing as a missionaries kid, one can understand why he would be interested in wanting to learn more about his own heritage.
He went on to say, "That both of them would like to learn from others, their cultures, customs, traditions, music, and anything else that members would like to share." He also explained that sometimes those that don't know any difference, have the misconception that Spanish is just that! Spanish. What they fail to realize is that each Latin country has their own uniqueness, terminologies, slang, traditions, customs, and these vary from country to country.
So it is for this reason they have established Cabaña Latina. Members will be meeting people from around the world who have the same heritage, which he is very proud of, and doesn't think there is another heritage so full of traditions and customs that have endured through the ages like the Latin race.
Much like other Social Networks, Cabaña Latina has much to offer. Members will be able to share pictures, upload music, videos, chat, write a blog, or start a discussion in the forum section, and much more. He also said that they would be adding new features in time.
A unique part about Cabaña Latina, is that the community is entirely in Spanish, which is a great feat in itself, as it was not established in a Spanish speaking country, but in the United States. But as always, one may choose the English option.
Do not get the wrong impression. They do encourage and want everyone to come and see what Cabaña Latina is all about, and share in the community. No one will be denied entry.
It is their desire to invite everyone to come and share their beautiful country with them, as they look forward in learning from members, and hopefully becoming their friend.
So go and join them, and have a great time. It is free to join.
So, is there enough room for another Social Network on the Internet? Only "time" will tell.