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proclamations to the flag

Wake up America

Latin American flag

To build a foundation to help the disadvantaged communities in the United States

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The creation of the Latinamerican Flag Foundation using revenues from sales will use economic donations to help the different not for profit organizations that work arduously to help low income immigrant communities in the United States in education, economics, social life and cultural issues.

This Foundation will create university scholarships to help students of families with low income to continue their higher education. The Foundation will also help the children and youngsters that due to economic problems cannot complete their high school in the United States.

 

Larry D'Arrigo

 

 

 

Description of the design of the "Latinamerican Flag"

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On the top, upper left hand corner of the flag, there are 20 suns in gold color and resting over a white background. Inside each sun, there is, in circular form, the full color flag of each one of the Latinamerican countries with its corresponding Spanish name.

The flags and their names are represented in alphabetical order, from left to right and from top to bottom: Argentina, Bolivia, Brasil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Puerto Rico, Republica Dominicana, Uruguay and Venezuela.

Around the white rectangular background, there are five horizontal blue stripes, four thin, white stripes and four thin, red stripes.

 

 

Larry D'Arrigo

 

 

Production strategy for an untapped market

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The Latinamerican project focuses on the untapped Latinamerican market. This market, with no competition, is made up of approximately 50 million Latin people in the United States, more than 560 million habitants in Latin America and almost 3 million Latin people through out the world. All these people have waited for many years to raise the flag that represents the Latinamerican unity.

Production will take place in all forms of printing that modern technology allows. We will use all mediums available: paper, wood, plastic, metal, cloth, the internet and all digital forms of reproduction to broadcast the pride of being Latin through out the whole world. In this way, we will cement the base for the governments and all leaders of our region to start building the Latinamerican Union, as our big beloved country.

 

Larry D'Arrigo

 

 

 

  • Argentina
  • Bolivia
  • Brazil
  • Chile
  • Colombia
  • Costa Rica
  • Cuba
  • República Dominicana
  • Ecuador
  • El Salvador
  • Guatemala
  • Haiti
  • Honduras
  • Mexico