Local Hispanic Chamber of Commerce representatives attend TAMACC Quarterly meeting in Seguin, Texas February 18 & 19, 2016.
The city of Seguin hosted the most recent meeting of The Texas Association of Mexican American Chambers of Commerce which meets on a quarterly basis in different cities in the state. Attending from Del Rio were Otila Gonzalez, President, and Paulo Pacheco, Parliamentarian. The two day gathering consisted of one day of workshops, with the official meeting of the group taking up the second day. Participants received training in the importance for employers to maintain Employee Eligibility Forms, I-9 forms for all employees; Factors to consider for you and your business in the application of the Texas Open Carry Law; and Board of Directors and Staff responsibilities in running an effective Chamber Organization
The TAMACC is an organization that provides legislative advocacy for the Hispanic business community in Texas and is the most active state Hispanic organization in the country. TAMACC focuses on Legislative Advocacy, Procurement Programs, Training and Development of its members.
The Annual Convention of the organization will be hosted by the city of El Paso on August 4,5,and 6, 2016. El Paso has an ambitious program of activities, workshops, tours and more planned for attendees. The convention is a great opportunity to promote your community and to learn about what other businesses throughout the state are successfully doing. Let’s plan to attend.