The Vietnamese American Chamber of Commerce of Houston (VACCH) and Fort Bend County Global Initiative are hosting the “Vietnamese Cultural Affair,” a meet and greet dinner celebrating the strength of minority entrepreneurs in Fort Bend County and surrounding counties. The keynote speaker is The Honorable County Judge Robert E. Hebert of Fort Bend.
This event highlights the largest Asian group in the Houston metropolitan area, the Vietnamese American community, and those who reside and own businesses in Fort Bend County.
“Vietnamese culture continues to grow and prosper,” says VACCH President Victoria Ai Linh Bryant, PharmD. “Vietnamese Americans own their own businesses and contribute heavily to Fort Bend County and the surrounding areas’ economies.”
Fort Bend County is one of the most diverse communities in the country covering seventeen cities including Arcola, Beasley, Fulshear, Katy, Kendleton, Meadows Place, Missouri City, Needville, Orchard, Richmond, Rosenberg, Simonton, Stafford, Sugar Land, Weston Lakes, parts of Houston and Pearland.
The event is complimentary for attendees who pre-register at ftbenddinner.eventbrite.com. Seating is limited. Priority is given to VACCH members and business constituents. Sponsorship opportunities are available. For more information, contact Jaa St. Julien at email@example.com.
- What: Celebrate the strength of minority entrepreneurs in Fort Bend County
- When: Friday, October 4, 2013, at 6:30 p.m.
- Where: Safari Texas Ranch, 11627 FM 1464, Richmond, TX 77407
- Details: Vietnamese cultural entertainment and networking
The Vietnamese American Chamber of Commerce of Houston is a non-profit organization composed of business owners and corporate representatives throughout the Houston metropolitan area and other states. The VACCH mission is to provide a strong network that allows businesses to build strong partnerships and give back to the community. For more information, visit www.VACCHouston.org.
Office: (281) 849-8222