Health Marketing Plan-Obesity in Hispanic Community

Complete marketing plan for topic Obesity in Hispanic Community following instructions below.
I have attached table 11.1 as mentioned on instructions.

Health marketing (Links to an external site.) is defined as creating, communication and delivering health information and interventions using customer-centered and science based strategies to protect and promote the health of diverse populations.
Purpose: Marketing is the process by which products are used to meet human or social needs. By acting as the link between vendors and consumers, marketing is an essential part of the exchange of goods and services. The fundamental aspects of marketing are the same whether they meet the need for a commercial product or a public health service. Therefore, health marketing is a form of traditional marketing.
Marketing mix is a term used to describe the integration of four fundamental marketing elements, which are sometimes called the four Ps:

Product: the item, good or service that is being provided that delivers benefits to those who consume it; includes quality, packaging, design and brand name
Price: monetary and non-monetary costs to the market
Place: channels and locations where the product can be obtained
Promotion: direct communication, publicity and advertising

Each of these four components should be present in a marketing plan. However, it is the science of correctly using these elements in combination with one another that provides the effective marketing mix. (Links to an external site.)
Marketing Example using the 4 Ps:
The CDC develops a new rapid HIV testing kit that provides results in half the time of current tests. To efficiently market the new product, the testing kits are announced by the national media and medical journals. The CDC sends free samples of the new testing kits to each of the state health departments, who deliver them to local health departments, clinics and hospitals. Here is how the CDC used the marketing mix:

Product: new HIV testing kit; released by a credible research agency
Price: free for trial use
Place: widely and evenly distributed throughout states using state and local health departments
Promotion: national media publicizes to public; journals inform medical community.

Each of the marketing mix elements must be present in the marketing process. Tailoring the elements to match the target market and using each component in coordination is necessary.
Content/Subject: Your paper will outline a marketing plan that includes the following elements: The four Ps (product, place, promotion, and price) in table format; your recruitment plan of how you will reach your priority population; and the motivational factors of your priority population.
Specific Guidelines:

The Four Ps: In table format (see Table 11.1) Product, Price, Place, Promotion
Recruitment Plan: Description of how to recruit participants and can explain how it could be replicated by others
Motivation: Describe how participants are motivated to stay in the program, and a plan for retention
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