Miami Dade WolfsonCampus, in the heart of the City of Miami, willbe the setting for thecelebration of the WorldConsumer Fair. Thisdistinguished educationcentre, the largest of thenation by student num-bers, boasts attractiveexhibitions and intensecultural activity through-out the year, hostingmany events. Its dedica- tion to ensure the educa- tion of those who can leastafford it distinguishes thiscollege, who boasts one of the most ethnically diversestudent bodies in the na- tion, with remarkably highfemale presence.The College has gener-ously offered its facilitiesfor the fair: the panels will take place in buildings #1and #3, the Forum of theSenses in the prestigious
recognize the value o Mercado de Dinero USA’sinitiative, which aims toreplace consumers againat the centre o economicactivity, and reorganizeit around the correct sa-tisaction o their reaso-nable and sensual needs;a chance to get real andfnd their place in the newmarket that opens ater thecrisis, where the consumerwill be more inormed thanever to make their deci-sions in a responsible anddemanding way. A date toknow the keys to impor-tant economic felds, romthe mouths o experts, andestablish alliances withother companies.The sponsors will havethe exclusive opportuni-ty to have presence in theentire air, and will enjoyspecial stands or the pre-sentation o their productsand services to the public.The city o Miami, uni-que melting pot, an link between nations on bothsides o the ocean, hometo Anglo-Saxons and His-panics alike, is the idealsetting, or this objective o returning the consumer tothe role he and she deser-ves, to bloom; the streng-th o an idea whose timehas come and the mostpowerul in the world eco-nomy, who will be the keyto achieve a sustainablegrowth over time.
ConsuMiami is part o Consumeralia, consumerair that has been celebra-ted in Spain and variousLatin American countriesor several years, comme-morating World Consu-mer Day on March 15th.This date remembers theremarkable speech by Pre-sident Kennedy in ront o the United States Congress,in which he recognized theimportance o consumersas social agents, stating that“we are all consumers”.The most powerul andlargest social group in theworld, by numbers. Butconsumers are disorgani-zed, lost, misled by poor business practices, and ig-nored by companies whoseproducts and services theyconsume on a daily basis.Indierence has led to asystem where businessesemploying unair tacticshave gone unpunished orcausing the crisis in whichwe are involved.Consumers have reachedtheir limit. Mercado de Di-nero USA urges consumersto speak out together, to say“ENOUGH” in Consumia-mi, to attend the air andinorm companies how theywant their products andservices to be, and how topresent and sell them.The crisis has alsomeant a great challengeor companies in key sec-tors aected by constantchange. Consumiami oersthe good entrepreneursan ideal scenario to comeinto contact with otherproessionals in their feld,and get inormed about thestatus o their economicsector.
Culinary Center, and other activities will share thebeautiful grounds out-doors, with stages andperformances among other activities.ConsuMiami will thusshare venue with eventsas important as the MiamiBook Fair, the largest pub-lishing event in the countryand the most prominent of the Miami cultural land-scape.