Frank Garcia to Keynote RHBA Awards Luncheon
CEO of Go Green Technology Chairs NYS Coalition of Hispanic Chambers
ROCHESTER, NY (July 12, 2017) The Rochester Hispanic Business Association (RHBA), a Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce affiliate, welcomes Frank Garcia as the keynote speaker for its September 26 Hispanic Business Person of the Year gala luncheon. Garcia is founder and CEO of Millennium Go Green Technology, a global environmentally sustainable toner remanufacturing company based in New York City.
RHBA Chairperson Vilma Burgos-Torres said, “We are honored that Frank Garcia, chairman of the New York State Coalition of Hispanic Chambers of Commerce, has graciously accepted our invitation to serve as keynote speaker. As the leader of the coalition of more than 20 Hispanic chambers of commerce, Mr. Garcia has been a leading advocate for Hispanics nationwide as well as a successful businessman at Millennium Go Green Technology.”
Garcia, who was born in Brooklyn and raised in Puerto Rico, was the first Hispanic entrepreneur to use and recycle manufactured toner cartridges across New York State. He also serves as chairman of the National Association of Latino State Chambers as part of his dedication to expanding minority-owned businesses in the United States. Garcia is also a board member of Veterans Across America, an advocacy organization which enhances the economic well-being of veterans and their family caregivers.
The Rochester Hispanic Business Association Hispanic Business Person of the Year gala luncheon is set for 11:15 a.m. Tuesday, September 26 at the Floreano Rochester Riverside Convention Center. Tickets are available at the RHBA website at www.RochesterHBA.org. For more information, contact Michele Hefferon at Michele.Hefferon@ GreaterRochesterChamber.com or (585) 256-4614.
Founded in 1989, the Rochester Hispanic Business Association increases the visibility of Hispanic professionals and business owners and provides a forum to network and interact. The RHBA goal is to enhance the economic, educational, and political development of the Hispanic community in Rochester and throughout the United States.
Written on behalf of the Rochester Hispanic Business Association by:
Sr. Director, Communications
Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce
150 State St. – Suite 400
Rochester, NY 14614