The Central Fort Bend Chamber Alliance’s Hispanic Business Division (HBD) is marking its second anniversary with a Cinco de Mayo celebration.
The celebration, which is free and open to the public, is scheduled for 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. May 5 at Legacy Ford, 27225 Southwest Freeway, Rosenberg. There will be food, beverages compliments of Silver Eagle Distributors, music, door prizes and a raffle.
Sponsors include presenting sponsor Legacy Ford, El General sponsor Kevin Patton State Farm, and El Mayor sponsors Garcia-Martin& Martin, P.C., The Loan Store, Inc., and Wharton County Junior College. For sponsorship information, contact Chamber Office Manager Yazmin Aleman at 281-342-5464 or reservations@CFBCA.org.
The HBD council and officers for 2011 are: Chairman Gilbert Limones, First Victoria Bank, Vice-Chair Johanna Compean, EP Compean Funeral Directors, Inc., Secretary Stacey Martinez, First Victoria Bank; Liz Moreno, Fort Bend County Women’s Center; Ricardo Aguilar, Lenny’s Sub Shop; Shirley Jackson, La Casona Mexican Restaurant; Melissa Garcia-Martin, Garcia-Martin & Martin, LLC; Marco Ruiz, University of Houston Small Business Development Center; Alicia Casias, Alicia Casias Agency – Nationwide Insurance, and Janie Wartsler, All-in-One Solutions.
As a recognized and approved Division of the Chamber, the HBD is governed by the Chamber’s Board of Directors and operates under the Central Fort Bend Chamber Alliance umbrella.