Cerritos, Calif. – The Filipino-American Chamber of Commerce of Southeast Corridor (FACC-SEC) has slated its maiden mixer and networking on April 23, 2013 at the Boba Café on 17222 Norwalk Blvd. corner of Artesia Blvd. from 7:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
This was announced by FACC-SEC Founding President Felix B. Lopez, CEO of Pinoy Insurance General Services based in this city.
“Business owners and entrepreneurs are encouraged to attend this gathering for networking,” Mr. Lopez said in his brief statement to the media.
Cerritos Mayor Pro Tem Mark Pulido and Artesia Councilman and former Mayor Victor Manaloare the guests of honor. ABC Unified School Board Member Lynda Johnson has also confirmed her attendance to grace this gathering of business entrepreneurs and public servants of the community.
The mission of the Filipino American Chamber of Southeast Corridor is to promote and enhance the business interest of the Filipino-America businesses in the Southeast region of Southern California. Its far reaching vision is to serve as the unified voice and advocate in its quest for business empowerment, promotion, economic development, business opportunities, networking, retention and collaborative partnership with the various publics in the community.
Other officers and members of the Board include Eddie C. Ferrer (Custom Brokerage & Freight Forwarding); Jaime G. Monteclaro (Legal Services); Gilbert S. Castillo (Special Education); Dan E. Nino (Tax Consulting, PR & Advertising); Virgil S. Sy (Legal Services & Supermarket Operation); Willy O. Baello (Real Estate & Video Rental); Eduardo V. Bolos (Medical Uniforms Retail & Wholesale); Jose S. Iglesias (Business Consulting); Jose Z. Lacson (Veterinary Services) and Lydia F. Soriano (Real Estate, Notary Public& Loans)
For further details, interested parties may call Felix B. Lopez at 562-572-2301 or Dan E. Nino at 562-921-5116.