Celebrating 39 Years of Local Business Success

24th Annual Latino Food Festival Menudo & Pozole Cook-Off!

Sunday, May 26, 2024 at the Kern County Fairgrounds.

Headline Entertainment:
•Michael Salgado
•The Zapp Band
•Lighter Shade of Brown

Also featuring live performances by: Ballet Folklorico Huaztecalli, La Sonora Dinamita, Mariachi San Marcos and more!

PRE-SALE TICKET PRICES

$25 Individuals

$75 Family Four Pack (Online Only)

Children 5 and Under FREE

Parking $5 (Pay Day of Event)

Hispanic Chamber celebrates nearly 4 decades of local business advocacy, honors local professionals, businesses with awards

CALIFORNIA HISPANIC CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE SELECTS BAKERSFIELD, CALIFORNIA, TO HOST ITS 45TH ANNUAL STATEWIDE CONVENTION 

 

 

UPCOMING CHAMBER EVENTS

California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce Selects Bakersfield To Host. 45th Annual Statewide Conference

KCHCC SMALL BUSINESS ACADEMY

SPONSORED BY:  

Thank you Tri Counties Bank for awarding the Kern County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce $50,000 to provide technical training and programmatic support through its KCHCC Small Business Academies.

(L-R: Jay Tamsi, KCHCC President/CEO; Rose Pereirra, TCB, Community Development Officer; and Marilyn Maldonado, TCB Marketing Specialist. We truly appreciate your investment in our community!

The Kern County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce in partnership with the Greater Lamont Chamber of Commerce; Lamont Elementary School District-Family Resource and Learning Center and Lamont Elementary School District proudly graduated 45 students from the annual KCHCC Lamont Small Business Academy.

 

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The KCHCC Small Business Academy provides technical and educational training to local entrepreneurs and small business owners. Participants learn from local business leaders, skilled professionals and other guest lecturers.
A special thank you to our Small Business Academy presenting sponsor Tri Counties Bank | @tricountiesbank as well as a special thank you to 4th District, Kern County Supervisor David Couch, Chairman of the Board for sponsoring the graduation location, the David Head Center.

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39th Annual Installation and Business Awards Gala

Businesswoman of the Year: Emily Duran, CEO, Kern Health Systems

Businessman of the Year: Ken Ouellette, General Manager, Advance Beverage

Corporation of the Year: California Resources Corporation

Large Business of the Year: AltaOne Federal Credit Union

Small Business of the Year: Trends Auto Collision Center

Non-Profit of the Year: Clinica Sierra Vista

Community Service Award: Raquel Jimenez

Next Generation Award: Matthew Cauthron

KCHCC EVENT HIGHLIGHTS

39th Annual Installation and Business Awards Gala

Our 39th annual Installation and Business Awards Gala honored local professionals and businesses, in their service to others, uncovered success, growth and perseverance over the past year. In addition, the dinner recognized the 2024 Board of Directors for KCHCC and the Kern County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce’s Business Education Foundation. CLICK HERE FOR OUR FACEBOOK GALLERY

 

 

March “Alive After Five” Business Networking Mixer

Thank you to everyone who attended our March “Alive After Five” Business Networking Mixer, hosted by Bakersfield Flower Market. Our attendees enjoyed professional business networking, appetizers by FRESCO MEXICAN GRILL, drinks by MADRE VENUE, entertainment by AM ENTERTAINMENT and shared in Bakersfield Flower Market‘s 15th Anniversary celebration. Click HERE to view our Facebook Gallery. 

2023 KCHCC Spring into Summer Small Business Academy

Congratulations to our 2023 KCHCC Spring into Summer Small Business English Graduates! Special thanks to presenting sponsor, CITIZENS BUSINESS BANK. Our ambitious entrepreneur and small businesses cohort attended an 8-week academy to learn the fundamentals of starting a business and seeing it flourish. Congratulations to all of you! CLICK FOR FACEBOOK GALLERY.

12th Annual El Grito de Dolores Celebration

Thank you to everyone who attended our 12th Annual El Grito de Dolores celebration on Friday, September 15 at the Liberty Bell in downtown Bakersfield.

This year the KCHCC’s Business of Education Foundation awarded 26 local students with scholarships.

Attendees experienced cultural entertainment including performances by Ballet Folkloric Huaztecalli, Mariach San Marcos and a re-enactment of “El Grito.” As part of the annual celebration, Telemundo Valle Central broadcasts live to Mexico City.

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Bakersfield, CA 93301

 

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Tue: 8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Wed: 8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Thur: 8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Fri: 8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Sat: Closed
Sun: Closed

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