NEW YORK, NY - William Ferro of 1-800-CANTASO has announced that the New York City-based law firm is offering Ines Sainz, the stunning TV Azteca reporter who was involved in the recent New York Jets sexual harassment controversy, a position as the firm’s official spokeswoman for their multimillion dollar, Spanish-language, national advertising campaign.
As spokeswoman, Ms. Sainz’s responsibilities would include interviewing state and local elected officials, heads of Hispanic organizations, and other prominent community leaders for CANTASOTV.com and ESP51TV.com, which stream online, as well as appearing at events for the firm, which is involved in numerous charitable and philanthropic efforts. As a pivotal part of the firm’s advertising campaign, she would appear in national TV, radio and print advertisements across the United States. As a popular reporter for TV Azteca, as well as the former Miss Spain and 1997 Miss World contestant, Ms. Sainz obviously possesses the poise and charisma necessary for this position.
“We believe that Ms. Sainz’s serving as spokeswoman would be an ideal partnership,” said Mr. Ferro, one of the partners in the firm. “Obviously, she is a woman who stands for social justice, values personal integrity, and aims to treat others with respect (and expects the same treatment in return). These are the same values upheld by the lawyers of 1-800-CANTASO.”
As a prominent member of the Hispanic community and as a role model to young Latinos everywhere, Mr. Ferro thinks that she would be perfect for the position of 1-800-CANTASO spokeswoman.