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TWO CHAMBER CHAPTERS JOIN US FEDERATION OF

PHILIPPINE AMERICAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

 

HOUSTON, TEXAS - To further strengthen the growth of the Philippine culture and business in the state of Texas, the Filipino American Chamber of Commerce in the cities of San Antonio and Dallas Texas were ushed into the fold of the US Federation of Philippine American Chambers of Commerce.

 

Ms. Chona Day of San Antonio and Mr. Wilfine de la Cruz of Dallas-Fort Worth were inducted president of their respective chamber chapter by Miss Marie Cunning, president of the US Federation of Philippine American Chambers of Commerce (FPACC), Friday, May 17, 2019, in San Antonio, Texas, coinciding with the presentation of the University  of Texas San Antonio Institute of Texas Culture , the "Mabuhay Filipino Texans" exhibit.

 

There are now three chapter members in the state of Texas, the other chapter is the Filipino American Chamber of Commerce of Greater Houston (FACCGH) headed by its president Mr. Loloy Reyes.

 

The U.S. Federation of Philippine American Chambers of Commerce, Inc., is a not for profit corporation incorporated under the not for profit laws of California. It has 42 chapter members from all over the United States mainland to include Hawaii. Incorporated in 1996, It bridges US Philippines trade and commerce, promotes goodwill and mutually beneficial projects between the two countries.

 

The "Mabuhay Filipinos in Texas" was unveiled and launched Friday, May 17, 2019, by Philippine Consul General Jerrill Santos of the Houston Consulate office together with San Antonio, Texas Mayor Ron Niremberg.

 

The exhibit is now officially opened until February 2020. For more information, call (210)-458-2300.

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Filipino American Chamber of Commerce

Houston, Dallas, and San Antonio, Texas

"Mabuhay Filipino Texans Exhibit"

Friday, May 17, 2019

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