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With the increasing and overwhelming concerns about the widespread COVID-19, we at the Amarillo Hispanic Chamber of Commerce have made the decision to postpone our upcoming events. We understand that our events are great networking opportunities that can help expand your business and build relationships. With this being said, our team is dedicated in working to get these rescheduled and resume our regular chamber events as soon as possible. We want to make the health and safety of our city our priority, and are taking all necessary measures in order to ensure the wellbeing of our community. During this uncertain time, there are many local businesses struggling. Now more than ever we encourage you to please support local businesses. We want to continue promoting and helping you and your business. Send any information to the email address below. We will keep you updated via email and social media on event updates.
Thank you for understanding. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to reach out to us.
As of Monday, June 1st, we have opened our office located inside of FirstBank Southwest!
We highly recommend you schedule an appointment.
Walk-Ins are welcome.
Please refer to the FirstBank Southwest guidelines for safety measures and precautions prior to your visit!
For updates on the COVID-19, visit
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
“Every Texan has a responsibility to themselves and their loved ones to wear a mask, wash their hands, stay six feet apart from others in public, and stay home if they can. I know that our collective action can lead to a reduction in the spread of COVID-19 because we have done it before, and we will do it again.”
Message From NWTH and BSA
More than 1,000 participants from across the state and the country tuned in virtually for a candid conversation with Anthony S. Fauci, MD, Director, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases at the U.S. National Institutes of Health.
Continued collaboration, educating the community, ensuring TAMACC’s resources continue to be enhanced and available to businesses across the State were the primary themes, with the promise for on-going discussion.
We hope everyone is staying safe and healthy!
Entrevista con Ana Lozoya del Centro de Desarollo de Negocios Pequeños conocido como el SBDC.
Ana nos informa de los programas de prestamos que hay disponibles para los negocios.
Melissa Maldonado-Smith de la oficina de abogados de Lovell, Lovell, Isern & Farabough nos informa que derechos tienes si no te pagan en un trabajo que hiciste.
Amarillo Public Health Updates And Announcements About The Coronavirus
Hispanic Small Business Leaders Across The Country