Torres Multicultural Communications (TMC) – an independent, Latina-owned, full-service agency specializing in marketing and public relations solutions for today’s multicultural marketplace – continues to grow at a rapid pace with the relocation to a newly-renovated office space in Downtown Phoenix, in addition to launching Luna Culture Lab in the next months.

According to TMC President and CEO, Tania Torres, the relocation was inspired by the significant growth the company has experienced in recent years. “Our creative solutions and personal approach to each client’s specific marketing needs have generated new and exciting business opportunities. We are proud of the faith placed on our services and in order to better support our clients, it was necessary to move to a larger location. We are excited to be part of the downtown community.”

TMC will open its new offices at 801 E. Washington Street in downtown Phoenix by end of year. The newly renovated L-shaped building has nearly 8,000 square feet with high ceilings and a two-minute walk to the light rail, offering its clients comfort and convenience. Jeff Swan, AIA of Swan Architects, Inc. and Abe Jaime of Jaime Construction, Inc. are spearheading the remodeling process.

The building is divided in two parts – one will be used for agency operations and the smaller unit will become Luna Culture Lab, an extension of TMC committed to igniting conversation, inspiring creativity and investigating culture through contemporary, original and thought-provoking research and art.

At nearly 3,000 square feet, Luna Culture Lab will offer a state-of-the-art focus group facility for companies eager to conduct research; multicultural artists exhibits; cultural events; workshops for students, children and adults lead by national and international teaching artists; and space for private and public assemblies. TMC’s newest team member Marcelino Quiñonez will lead Luna’s efforts.

Marcelino Quiñonez comes with a wealth of knowledge and experience in the arts field in Arizona, having earned his Bachelor of Arts and Masters of Fine Arts at Arizona State University in Theatre Performance and spending the last two years as the Director of Programs for the Arizona Latino Arts and Cultural Center (ALAC). Marcelino said, “Luna will serve as a unique resource to the community where important questions about culture will be explored. Our investigations will be centered on the modern and contemporary way of living. The Lab will be an information generator like never before seen in Phoenix.”

Torres Multicultural Communications’ new office building is open for pre-opening tours through appointments. Contact Sonia Rivera to schedule a tour. The company’s phone number and email addresses remain the same. “Innovation is in the air,” Tania concluded.