In the wake of Paula Deens verbal slip ups and the Cheerios Commercial featuring an Interracial Family, The HMUC announces the re-launch of its website.
Online PR News – 27-June-2013 – Farmingville, NY – The Happily Mixed-Up Community (HMUC) will be celebrating two years of successful operation on July 4, 2013 by re-launching its updated website.
In the wake of all the controversy surrounding Paula Deen with her verbal slip ups and the Cheerios Commercial featuring an interracial family, The HMUC announces the re-launch of its website happilymixedup.com.
The HMUC is an online community supporting multiracial and multicultural singles, couples and families. Its aim has been to create a uniquely non-threatening environment for singles, couples and families of mixed race or ethnicity. Since its launch July 2011, the HMUC has enjoyed great success. The updated website is colorful, user-friendly and inviting.
"We are a community that welcomes all who have good intentions and an open mind in regards to race, ethnicity, spiritual beliefs and/or sexual orientation.," says founder Yasmin Sammarco. "The Happily Mixed-Up Community is an exclusive network for singles, couples and families that are happily mixed up and/or those who have no problem being around the blended."
The HMUC continues to provide a supportive online community where members can meet up with like-minded people from all backgrounds, in addition members can blog, exchange advice, news, photos the list goes on. For more information, explore their new website at www.happilymixedup.com.
The HMU Community Inc. was founded in July 2011 by Yasmin Sammarco. The HMU Community Inc. provides a unique and caring social networking service for people of mixed race and culture.