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Learn, Share, & Enhance Diversity in the Region


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Event Date and Time: 
04/17/2012 - 5:00pm - 8:30pm

Download FlyerThe Board and staff of the Greater Quad Cities Hispanic Chamber of Commerce are excited to bring a fantastic diversity enhancing opportunity to our region.  We are proud to present Mr. John Quiñones as precursor to our upcoming series of diverse multicultural speakers. The speakers series will provide opportunities for individuals and organizations to engage diverse residents and employees from multiple sectors, broaden their networks, and enhance their awareness of diversity issues.

John Quiñones is the Emmy Award-winning co-anchor of ABC's Primetime and has been with the network for nearly 25 years. During his tenure he has reported extensively for ABC News, predominantly serving as a correspondent for Primetime and 20/20. Quiñones' recent work includes a series of reports entitled What Would You Do? The reports test human nature through hidden camera scenarios. Quiñones is also author of the book Heroes Among Us: Ordinary People, Extraordinary Choices, chronicling the bravery of ordinary people who perform heroic acts of humanity.We look forward to you attending this exceptional opportunity.  If you are unable to attend, please pass the word with outreach into your networks and announcement outlets for this and upcoming events.

Sincerely,

The Greater Quad Cities Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Time:

5:00-5:30pm Registration

5:30-5:45pm Welcome

5:45-6:45pm John Quiñones

6:45-8:30pm Reception

 

Location: 

i wireless Center
1201 River Drive
Moline, IL. 61265

Cost:

Members $35
Non-members $45
Students w/college ID $10
Cash, Check or Pay Online

Includes Hor d’oerves
Cash Bar Available

RSVP:

Friday, April 13th, 2012

By phone: 309-797-8650 or

Email: info@gqchcc.com

Did you know...

Between 2002 and 2007, minority-owned firms outpaced the growth of non-minority firms in gross receipts, employment, and number of firms. Minority firms are an engine of job creation.
Graph for MBE Growth

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