Greater Austin Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Meeting

AnualMeetingFlyer 1.23.2013

The Greater Austin Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (GAHCC) will share their new strategic priorities for 2013 at the GAHCC Annual Members Meeting on Wednesday, January 23rd at the Holiday Inn Midtown in Austin. Outgoing Chamber Chairman of the Board, George A. Gutierrez, will begin the session with highlights of the Chamber’s 2012 program year and recognize volunteers. Continuing the program, the Chamber welcomes guest speaker Ryan Robinson, the City of Austin’s demographer, as he presents a look at Central Texas’ evolving demographics. Current Board Member and Secretary of the Board, Celia Israel, will present a synopsis of the 83rd Texas Legislature. Additionally, the Chamber will also induct the 2013 GAHCC Board, as well as offer the opportunity for members to network. “Austin’s business community continues to recognize the significance of being a part of such an exceptional organization that strives daily to make our community a better place to live and work,” said Andy Martinez, president, GAHCC. “Our efforts and accomplishments in 2012 reflect this commitment to the Greater Austin area.”

About the Greater Austin Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (GAHCC) Established in 1973, the GAHCC’s primary goal is to continue the advancement and progression of a strong and stable economic culture for Hispanic Businesses. The Chamber continues to stand by its mission to build their members’ wealth through economic and workforce development, business networking, and community and policy advocacy. For more information, visit www.gahcc.org.

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