So I told you all the party was going to be a great one! Last night nos la pasamos a toda madre con the great people of Telcel America and some of Houston’s biggest US and Mexico national soccer team fans. There were mariachis. There was dancing. There was singing. There was even a little despapaye and la pisteada was also a toda madre. The only thing missing was a goooooooool… from either of the teams. ¡No importa! Like buenos mexicanos we all still had a great time. LA and Phoenix also had a great time watching the US-Mexico game. Check out Gina Ruiz’s post here for proof, and well here’s como se puso la fiesta in Houston!
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