The Virginia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce’s Hispanic Gala is fast approaching! You don’t want to miss out on this specular event and celebration that takes place on April 14th at the Science Museum of Virginia, 2500 West Broad Street, Richmond,Va. 23220 from 6:00-10:00 p.m. At the Hispanic Gala you will be served a 4 course meal catered by Mosaic, enjoy fine wines with your meal and throughout the entire evening, be entertained by the Latin Ballet of Virginia, and hear John Quiñones, of ABC’s “Primetime”, “20/20″ and the segment “What Would You Do?”; speak after he receives the Hispanic Bridge Builder award for 2011.
This is a great opportunity to network with CEOs of top corporations, companies, government and political officials. Last year a gentleman came to the Gala and sat beside a corporate procurement executive, after making this connection, he was able to work with this corporation and tripled his business the next year.
The Hispanic Gala is a high profile event, with over 700 attendees that brings dignitaries from around the world, as well as our current and former Governors of Virginia, local and elected officials, entrepreneurs and business executives. The Gala is an important fundraiser event for the many community programs at the Virginia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and Foundation that helps to provide college scholarships to Hispanic students, supports the Passport to Education Program providing educational seminars and information to Hispanic families in finding a path to an educational future for their children, and also supports the legal clinic, employment assistance, ESL classes, job training/placement, plus many other educational workshops for the Hispanic community.
The Hispanic Gala is highly attended by those who support the organization and recognize the vital role that Latinos play in this state’s economy. Don’t forget to buy your tickets now by calling 804-378-4099 or visiting www.thehispanicgala. com