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Cinco de Mayo Email Templates

Celebrate the culture of Mexico this May 5th.

Though Cinco de Mayo officially commemorates the 1862 Battle of Puebla, where brave Mexican troops fought one against two to defeat the invading French army, it is nowhere near as large a holiday in Mexico as it is in the United States. It is here that this day takes on new meaning by celebrating the culture of Mexico, the contributions of those who are of Mexican heritage, and the willingness of gringos everywhere to help celebrate the fiesta.

You might have to wait until the night to find yourself eating delicious south-of-the-border dishes, drinking beverages made from the agave plant, or even dancing and singing to Tejano music. But you can start the festivities in the morning by sending out your newsletters on our Cinco de Mayo templates. Everything will be bueno as long as you don’t refer to it as Mexican Independence Day. That would be September 16th.