The 33rd Annual USHCC National Convention kicks off in Los Angeles in less than two weeks, and event organizers just announced a big guest. Presidential candidate Mitt Romney will address the conference on Monday, September 17.
“Every presidential election cycle, we invite the Democratic and Republican presidential candidates to address our National Convention”, said Javier Palomarez, President and CEO of the USHCC. “Governor Romney’s attendance demonstrates the important role that Hispanic business plays in our national political conversation.”
“The USHCC Annual National Convention provides an important forum for Governor Romney to address key economic issues that directly impact the country’s 3 million Hispanic-owned businesses,” said Nina Vaca, USHCC Chairman of the Board. “We are thrilled that Governor Romney has accepted our invitation.”
More information about the USHCC Convention and Governor Romney’s address is available on the official event website.