United States Secretary of Treasury Tim Geithner To Speak at USHCC National Convention

The United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC) confirmed United States Secretary of Treasury, Tim Geithner, as a keynote speaker at the 31st Annual National Convention & Business Expo scheduled for Wednesday, September 22nd through Saturday, September 25th at the Hilton Anatole in Dallas, Texas.

Yesterday impreMedia announced and exclusive interview with President Obama in another shown of concern about the Hispanic Market by the White House.

Secretary Geithner will be joining USHCC President and CEO, Javier Palomarez and Hispanic business leaders on Thursday, September 23rd from 7:30 - 8:15 a.m. at a special session called "Coffee with the Secretary". The national leaders will discuss key policy issues impacting the growth and importance of the Hispanic business community. This special session will kick-off the first full day of the USHCC Convention which includes key events such as the Excellence in Leadership Breakfast, the Ultimate Latina Luncheon and an International Ceremony at Cowboys Stadium.

"The confirmation of Secretary Geithner to speak at the USHCC convention is a testament to his belief that small business is the engine that drives the American economy and the profound effect that Hispanic Business Enterprises (HBEs) will have on the future of America," said Javier Palomarez, USHCC President and CEO. "Our organization looks forward to the continued support and collaboration with Treasury during this Administration."


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