KCHCC Receives Prestigious Chamber of the Year Award from the California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce
The Kern County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (KCHCC) is proud to announce it will be receiving the prestigious award of Chamber of the Year. This honor will be awarded at The California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce’s (CHCC) Annual Statewide Convention on September 11, 2021 in Palm Springs, California. 

“The California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce was truly impressed and inspired by the work the Kern County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce has been accomplishing throughout the pandemic,” says Julian Canete, President & CEO of the California Hispanic Chambers Of Commerce. “The recipient of this award is chosen out of 115 chambers and affiliates in the State of California. Kern County not only continued to serve its members, but found away to focus on and serve Kern County’s Hispanic community at large. It will be a privilege to honor them and their work on the 20th anniversary of 9/11.”

This award recognizes a Hispanic Chamber for their work in leading the advancement of Hispanic small businesses and the communities they serve. The award recognizes excellence in operations, member services, and community leadership.  

“This is an absolute honor that I am proud to share with our Board of Directors, especially, over the course of the past two years,” says Jay Tamsi, President/CEO of the KCHCC. “Our organization is resilient and continues to be dedicated to Kern County’s economic and community development.