Panel of experts to discuss political and election issues at the federal, state and local levels for First Coast Hispanic Chamber Business Luncheon

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For Immediate Release: JACKSONVILLE, FL (April 18, 2016) – A panel of local and regional experts will cover political and election topics at the First Coast Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (FCHCC) April Business luncheon scheduled for April 28, 2016, in downtown Jacksonville.

The event presented by Rebecca Black Immigration Law is open to FCHCC active members and non-members. Kent Justice, reporter and anchor for News 4 Jax, joins the event as moderator. This luncheon draws business and civic leaders to discuss their political concerns facing the community. The chamber has invited a panel of incredible experts to speak on these political and election issues. This includes Jennifer Carroll, Former Lt. Governor and political analyst; Carlos Cruz, Hispanic NEXO; Mike Hogan, Supervisor of Elections and Dr. Eduardo Gamarra, Co-founder NewLink Research.

Maribel Hernandez, FCHCC CEO and President, said: “The Hispanic voters can play a pivotal role in the upcoming elections. It is also imperative that we understand the issues affecting our community at all levels: Federal, State and Local.”

The event is scheduled for 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM, April 28, at the Hyatt Regency, 225 E. Coastline Drive, Jacksonville, FL. Tickets are $35 for FCHCC active members and $40 for non-members. Corporate tables are available at a discounted rate. Register by clicking here!

The First Coast Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (FCHCC) was created to encourage and promote sound, ethical and successful business practices in the Hispanic community and to further the recognition of Hispanic heritage and culture through educational endeavors. The mission of the FCHCC is to positively impact the regional economy by creating value, promoting and facilitating the success of Hispanic-owned businesses and by engaging the community at large. For more information about First Coast Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, please visit

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