The Houston Citizens Chamber of Commerce (HCCC), the nation’s second oldest African-American chamber, is installing its 2011 Board Members and Officers, Tuesday February 1st with featured speaker, Mayor Annise Parker presiding over the ceremony at the Federal Reserve Bank on 1801 Allen Parkway.
Houston Citizens Chamber of Commerce with Keynote Speaker, Mayor Annise Parker
2011 Board Member and Officer Installation Meeting
Tuesday, February 1, 2011; beginning at 6 p.m.
Federal Reserve Bank; 1801 Allen Parkway; Houston, Texas 77019
About the Houston Citizens Chamber of Commerce
Since 1935, the Houston Citizens Chamber of Commerce has served as an advocate for African-American business owners and professionals in the Houston area. Seventy-five years later, the organization’s mission and vision has flourished, reflecting the needs and growth of its members. HCCC has provided value to members, area businesses and the community and has remained committed to assisting African-American businesses succeed within the local community.
Tickets to the event are $25 for members and $40 for non-members. For additional information visit www.hccoc.org or contact HCCC President Eric Lyons at 832.350.4222.
Houston Citizens Chamber of Commerce members will be available for interviews.