2017 Annual Asian Business EXPO A Success

August 28, 2017
US Pan Asian American Chamber – Southwest Region presented another successful Asian Business EXPO this month.  We had a full house of over 500 attendees  at our Award Luncheon. The EXPO was very well attended and we want to thank everyone who took part at this chamber’s Legacy event this year.
The success of this Asian Business EXPO was largely due to the great support and guidance of our Corporate Advisory Board (CAB) and Board Members. We could not have presented such a memorable event without your presence at the EXPO. A thank you also goes to Chairwoman Emma Stevens of Lockheed Martin for her tremendous leadership presiding over our CAB.   
We received wonderful feedback regarding the programs of the EXPO and our Award Luncheon speakers were so awesome! 
The Korean Drummer at the Award Luncheon also received rave reviews. The highlight was the Presentation of our chamber's Legacy Award to recognize Asian business successes and to show appreciation to our partner corporations with our Corporate Diversity & Inclusion Awards. We also appreciate the opportunity to salute our police force for their selfless service to the people in our  community at the Award Luncheon. 
The One-On-One Meet The Buyers provided a forum where business connections were made.  I am also proud to mention that this year's NEW feature the Construction Zone sponsored by Manhattan was a very popular addition to the EXPO.  Thank you to Chair of the Cnstruction Zone, Petrina Bonnick-Higgins for her hard work and leadership to make this Construction Zone a big success.  We definitely will make this a permanent feature at the EXPO in the coming years.  
I look forward to working together to serve our business community and create wealth and opportunities in our region.
Thank you. 

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The US Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce Education Foundation (USPAACC) is the oldest and largest national, nonprofit, non partisan organization representing all Asian American and Asian American-related groups in business, sciences, the arts, sports, education, public and community services.