ORLANDO, FL.—October 3, 2016— The Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metro Orlando (HCCMO) received three awards at the Florida Association of Chamber Professional’s (FACP) 2016 Annual Conference. The Chamber was recognized for its Public Relations, Communications Programs, and Chamber of the Year award.
The process by which a chamber is considered for the Chamber of the Year award, includes the submission of a comprehensive report, which is reviewed by an impartial committee. This comprehensive report includes a review on financial stability, membership processes, strategic plans, special events, and innovation tools. “The HCCMO does amazing work for our members and community. We are honored and proud to receive this statewide recognition,” said Lourdes Mola, Chairwoman of HCCMO’s Board of Directors.
This is also the second year in a row the HCCMO has been recognized for their audio visual and communication channels. Through its Civic Advocacy Series, HCCMO elevated the conversation on public policy, solidifying its position as a leading voice in the community. Their advocacy campaign, #CFLWillBeHeard, has been a catalyst to encourage people to register and vote.
Currently, the HCCMO is the only Hispanic Chamber in the state that has been certified by the Florida Association of Chamber Professionals. “We are proud to have this seal of excellence. We will continue to work diligently to set the standards for our members and our community,” expressed Diana Bolivar, President of the HCCMO.
About the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metro Orlando
The Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metro Orlando (HCCMO) is a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to provide leadership and support the economic development of the Hispanic business community of Metro Orlando. Since 1993, HCCMO has strengthened the Central Florida Business Community by providing quality programs which encourage networking, business development, exposure and recognition. For more information about the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, please visit www.hccmo.org or call 407-428-5870.