The GAHCC will host their annual Capital of Texas Awards luncheon to recognize high-achieving small businesses and organizations that have distinguished themselves as leaders within the community and their respective industries in the Greater Austin area on September 24th, 2013.
I have had the wonderful opportunity of meeting many young Hispanic students entering college, all to be the first in their family, through a wonderful partnership between the Greater Austin Hispanic Chamber Foundation and the Hispanic Scholarship Consortium.
Austin is considered one of the “top innovative cities” in the United States according to Forbes, and is ranked one of the top 10 “tech cities” by the Travel Channel. Paired with the fact that it “offers the nation’s best conditions for small-business growth,” according to The Business Journals, Austin provides the ideal atmosphere for the GAHCC to bring valuable technological information to its members and the community.
The GAHCC will host the Capital of Texas Awards luncheon to recognize high-achieving small businesses and organizations in the Greater Austin area that have distinguished themselves as leaders within the community and their respective industries.
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Celebrando festivities will commence with the singing of “The Star-Spangled Banner.” The audience is sure to be moved by this year’s National Anthem singer, Crystaline Lopez.
The 40th Annual Celebrando Gala will commemorate the Greater Austin Hispanic Chamber of Commerce 40 years of service with two outstanding Hispanic role models in the Austin community as co-chairs, Rosie Mendoza and Manny Flores.
The eight individuals and organizations recognized at Celebrando have shown active commitment to the growth of Hispanic business, as well as to the economic development of the local business community
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Reuel’s performance is sure to have attendees captivated at this year’s banquet. His sound emulates the structure of symphonies, sonatas, or other classical repertoire within the context of synths, drum loops, and instruments associated with electronic dance, hip hop, rock, or any other style of music.