ORLANDO, Fla. (FNN NEWS) – The Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metro-Orlando celebrated a quarter-century of service to Central Florida’s Hispanic business community Wednesday night at Mango’s Tropical Cafe Orlando on International Drive. Business and community leaders, elected officials and candidates for office for this year’s primary and midterm elections were also in attendance, including Orange County Supervisor of Elections Bill Cowles, Orange County Comptroller Phil Diamond, and Joe Lopez, candidate for Orange County Sheriff. Mango’s Tropical Cafe Orlando COO Joshua Wallack was also on hand to support the organization and shared hsi thoughts on the anniversary with Florida National News.
The celebration also sets the stage for the chamber’s annual Hispanic Business Conference, which takes place August 16-17 at Rosen Shingle Creek. Ismael Cala, keynote speaker for this year’s conference, made a guest appearance at the VIP reception, giving attendees a taste of what to expect Thursday afternoon.
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