DORAL, FL – The South Florida Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (SFLHCC) was recognized at the U.S. Capitol in Washington D.C. with a Congressional Record for its 28 years of service within the community.
The award was given by Congressman Carlos Giménez to Liliam M. Lopez, president of SFLHCC, Jose Perez de Corcho, Chair-Elect, and Vice-Chair, Michelle Febres.
The camera received the Congressional Record in the beautiful capital of the United States on November 17th due to its leadership and impact helping small businesses across South Florida.
Since its foundation as a nonprofit organization in July 21, 1994, it has promoted business leadership, created economic prospects and provided legislative advocacy for the Hispanic business community while it has sought opportunities in commerce to the different Hispanic populations that exist in South Florida.
Its more than 1,200 members coming from the Caribbean, Central America, and South America have been able to join local programs to improve the economic condition of the Hispanic population, which has made SFLHCC over the years one of the most influential Hispanic chambers in the country and one of the leading Hispanic business organization in Florida.
Currently, it serves as a resource center and forum to advocate for Hispanic and Minority owned businesses. The organization is comprised of dedicated professional individuals and business owners who have come together to advance the commercial, financial, educational and civic interests of the ever-growing Hispanic Community of South Florida.