Mexico City, Mexico–(HISPANIC PR WIRE)–October 15, 2002–Members of the Corporate Council of Mexican-American Solidarity Foundation (Consejo Corporativo de la Fundación Solidaridad Mexicano Americana, A.C.), which comprises of six of Mexico’s leading companies, will jointly participate at the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce’s (USHCC) 23rd Annual National Convention and Business Expo for the first time on Oct. 16-19, 2002 in Los Angeles, California. LA is home to more than 250,000 Hispanic-owned businesses and almost six million Mexican-American and Hispanic residents.
Bimbo, Corona Extra, Jumex, La Costeña, Mission Foods and TELMEX will be exhibitors in this important Hispanic business expo, where they will offer their products and services to thousands of participants from the Mexican-American and Hispanic community.
For more than 20 years, these companies have maintained a high, world-quality standard in product and service manufacturing. Together, they make up one of the groups with best brand positioning, sales volume and production in the world. In Mexico and Latin America, these companies are outstanding leaders in their respective sectors. They also have a presence in the United States and 16 Latin American and European countries, which makes them leaders in the Mexican and international sales markets and some of the more successful and competent companies in the global market.
Through the North-American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), the United States and Mexico have established one of the most dynamic trade relationships in the world. More than $650 million are traded daily in various commercial transactions between the two countries. This alliance makes Mexico the United States’ second most important trade partner.
This group of successful Mexican companies wishes to establish a direct relationship with Mexican-American and Hispanic consumers in the United States to foster trade and make the Hispanic market grow and develop. Through their 100%-Made-in-Mexico products, these companies offer consumers a series of competitive advantages, which in many ways helps to protect the image and values of Mexico, Mexican-Americans and the Hispanic community in the United States.
During the event, the Mexican-American and Hispanic community will have the opportunity to interact with a strong group of businesses and see their services and products first hand. Latinos will also be able to express their concerns, preferences, tastes, consumer habits and general comments, which will promote further knowledge and understanding between these companies and Mexican- and Hispanic-owned companies in the United States.
The public is cordially invited to visit the stands of Bimbo, Corona Extra, Jumex, La Costeña, Mission Foods and TELMEX.
About the Corporate Council of Mexican-American Solidarity Foundation
The Corporate Council of Mexican-American Solidarity Foundation (Consejo Corporativo de la Fundación Solidaridad Mexicano Americana, A.C.) comprises of six of Mexico’s leading companies Bimbo, Corona Extra, Jumex, La Costeña, Mission Foods and TELMEX.
Fundación Solidaridad Mexicano Americana, A.C.
Tel. (011) (+52) (55) 5658.4333