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Juan “Chuy” Hinojosa Honorary Chair of the TAMACC Annual Convention and Business Expo
AUSTIN, TX – Senator Juan “Chuy” Hinojosa is serving as the Honorary Convention Chair for the Texas Association of Mexican American Chambers of Commerce’s (TAMACC) 39th Annual Convention and Business Expo in the Rio Grande Valley.
39th Annual Convention
& Business Expo
The TAMACC Annual Convention and Business Expo is July 31 – August 2, 2014 and will be hosted in the Texas’ Rio Grande Valley (RGV). We are excited and looking forward to being in the RGV for this year’s convention. The RGV is much more than a vacation destination, its booming economy opens the door for all kinds of business opportunities.
McAllen, one of the Fastest Growing Metros in the State of Texas, will be the convention’s host city. CNNMoney recognized McAllen among its Best Places to Launch a Small Business in 2009. McAllen, ranked one of the safest cities in Texas was also ranked 16th among Mid-Size Cities and 23rd overall for Small Business Growth.
TAMACC is an organization founded in 1975 by a small group of Hispanic businesspersons interested in increasing business opportunities. The association, strategically headquartered in Austin, Texas is the organizational umbrella for, and provides advocacy, technical assistance, programs, and services to, the network of local Hispanic Chambers of Commerce with a base membership of over 15,000. TAMACC is the leading advocate for over 500,000 Hispanic businesses in Texas.