2011 Tejano Breakfast at Alamo Plaza
2011 Tejano Breakfast Kickoff
Contact: Rudi R. Rodriguez (210) 673-3584
Viva Tejano Texas!
Annual Tejano Breakfast kicks off Tejano Heritage Month
San Antonio – (September 1, 2011) Alamo Plaza will once again be transformed into the most exciting place in all of Texas on Saturday, Sept. 3 as the annual Tejano Breakfast takes center stage and kicks off Tejano Heritage Month.
This family-friendly event will feature live entertainment, reenactors in period costume, presentations by noted area public figures, educational and entertainment booths and free breakfast tacos to all in attendance.
“This event has not only served as the kickoff to Tejano Heritage Month each year, it has really been our signature event. It encompasses everything we try to do each year,” says Texas Tejano.com President and Founder Rudi Rodriguez. “It is educational and entertaining and very true to Tejano roots, history and culture.”
Texas Tejano.com is proud to partner with A.L.M.A (Alamo Legacy & Missions Association), Citibank, The Alamo Shrine, The City of San Antonio, The Hispanic Heritage Center of Texas and many others to help organize this year's Tejano Breakfast. Festivities start at 10am at Alamo Plaza, directly in front of the cradle of Texas liberty, The Historic Alamo Shrine.
“When people think of the Alamo, they more than likely have never thought of what Tejanos did there, especially during the Texas Revolution,” Rodriguez explains. “We want people to make that connection, to associate the Alamo with not only the ones who built it, but also died to defend it. Tejanos. Viva Tejano Texas!”
A complete calendar of Tejano Heritage Month events and activities is attached and can also be viewed by visiting www.texastejano.com or by contacting us at (210) 673-3584.Additionally, on October 12, we will be announcing an exciting, first ever Tejano Booklet Series on 6 very significant Tejanos of the Texas Revolution.
TexasTejano.com is a San Antonio-based research and publishing company dedicated to bringing awareness of Tejano history to the public by designing and developing print materials, electronic media and historical exhibits that tell the stories of the state's first pioneers.
More information about TexasTejano.com can be found at www.texastejano.com or by calling 210.673.3584.