“We’ve been a long-time supporter of the St. Louis Hispanic Chamber and its mission to help advance economic development in our region,” said Margarita Flores, vice president of community affairs at Anheuser-Busch and member of the HCC STL Foundation Board of Directors. “The work the Chamber does to promote Hispanic businesses benefits the entire St. Louis community.”
Anheuser-Busch joins Centene Corporation ($100,000), Enterprise Bank & Trust ($30,000), Pangea Group ($15,000) and Enterprise Holdings ($15,000), which have already committed their support to the Hispanic Chamber’s Capital Campaign. Each organization will receive naming rights to various rooms within the headquarters.
Incorporated on April 28, 1982, the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan St. Louis strives to promote the economic development of Hispanic-owned businesses and improve business opportunities for all in the St. Louis region. The Hispanic Chamber fulfills this mission by increasing the competitiveness of its member businesses in local, state and international markets. The Hispanic Chamber is the cornerstone for the Hispanic business community, and looks to participate in present and future business developments of metropolitan St. Louis. For more information, visit www.hccstl.com.