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Pepco reminds residents of the importance in having working fire safety alarms throughout their homes and to test the alarms monthly to ensure they are working properly.
New York Life y la Cámara de Comercio Hispana de Montgomery County los invita cordialmente a un evento informativo dirigido a dueños de negocios de la comunidad latina. Acompáñanos y aprende sobre las áreas clave de la acumulación y protección de capital. Te esperamos para compartir sobre la solidez financiera […]
On Tuesday July 19, 2106 we received the visit of a mission from the Chamber of Commerce of Villavicencio Colombia, leaded by its President Mr. Fernando Romero Herrera, and members of the Board of Directors Harold Díaz Guiza, and Oscar Alberto Villalba Cruz. We had productive conversations about strategic alliances between the two chambers in […]
Barrons overview (courtesy of Barrons Lumber) 1008 Westmore Ave.. Rockville, MD 20850 (301) 591-0600 Barrons has a rich history of excellence in the building community. Our visionary founder, Bill Norman started the company in 1947. Mr. Norman went on to become a highly respected member of the building supply industry. He even served […]
The Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Montgomery County and the Hispanic Business Foundation have come together to express in solidarity with the people of Ecuador whom have suffered the disastrous earthquake which occurred April 16th, 2016. Being Latin Americans in the United States, our thoughts and prayers are with all of those who are affected in these difficult times. We invite you to please send donations through http://www.ecuador.org/nuevosite/index.php
The Washington Business Journal named President/CEO Edwin Villegas a Minority Business Leader Award Winner in 2013, and WINMAR has consistently appeared on the Washington, D.C. Top 25 Interior Contractors list since 2011.
The Capital Area Campus of the Ana G. Mendez University System represents a continuation of their commitment to providing access to quality university education for adult Hispanics.