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Buenas Tardes Luncheon: Rebrand Your Purpose!

Buenas Tardes

Join the Greater Mission Chamber of Commerce for a panel discussion on the economic development within the City of Mission businesses. The discussion also addresses historical elements, including La Lomita. Panel of experts includes: Daniel Silva, CEO of Mission EDC Cynthia Stojanović, museum director of Mission Historical Museum Ben Olivarez, owner and treasurer of Barrera Supply Co. Gabe Puente, owner of RGVision Media Contact the chamber for more information or tickets, or register online.

Buenas Tardes Luncheon

Judge Richard Cortez

The Greater Mission Chamber of Commerce hosts its quarterly Buenas Tardes Luncheon with keynote speaker Judge Richard Cortez. Cortez will share his vision for the business community in Hidalgo County. Sponsorships, including those for tables, are available. To view the packet of opportunities, contact the Greater Mission Chamber of Commerce. Tickets and sponsorships are available online.

The Power of Meaning for Effective Leadership in Today’s Workplace

meaning leadership

The increasing number of millennials and younger employees who make up the workforce is requiring leaders to pay attention to workplace culture in order to succeed in fulfilling their mission. One approach is to build workplace cultures that are grounded in and also foster meaning in team members’ lives. If you manage an organization or lead a team, this workshop will provide: an overview of the importance of meaning in the…

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Mission Chamber Banquet Oct. 5

Mission Chamber banquet

The Greater Mission Chamber of Commerce celebrates its annual banquet Oct. 5 with “Fiesta Miami!” The evening will include the Chamber Choice Awards along with recognitions of Mr. Mission and the First Lady of Mission. Attendees will take in the sights, sounds and flavors of Miami with live music, dinner, dancing and drinks. The evening kicks off with a cocktail hour from 6-7 p.m., followed by dinner and awards from…

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Mission Chamber Supplies Backpacks

More than 2,000 backpacks complete with school supplies have made their way to Mission Consolidated Independent School District thanks in part to the Greater Mission Chamber of Commerce. The backpacks made their way into the hands of students Aug. 2 at Veterans Memorial High School during a Back to School Bash. More than 4,000 people, including students and families, were in attendance for the event. Offerings also included free haircuts, free eye screenings,…

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Mission Chamber Receives Recognition

Mission Chamber TCCE marketing award

The Greater Mission Chamber of Commerce‘s marketing campaign of “Go Mission” is one of the best in Texas according to the Texas Chamber of Commerce Executives. The chamber took home second place in Marketing Campaigns June 19 at TCCE‘s annual Excellence Awards. “Chambers of Commerce are the voice of business and quite often the communities they serve,” said Aaron Cox of TCCE.  “This highly competitive process demonstrates how these organizations…

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Mission Chamber President Receives Scholarship

Robert Rosell

President and CEO of the Greater Mission Chamber of Commerce Robert Rosell is one of a handful of professionals nationally receiving a scholarship from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation. The National Institute Scholarships recognize recipients for their involvement in both industry professional organizations and community service. Rosell will participate in the Institute for Organization Management‘s curriculum which consists of four week-long sessions taught by university professors, industry experts and…

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Leadership Game Night

Strengthen your leadership skills at Leadership Game Night with a fun and interactive way to challenge your skills. Bring your coworkers and friends with you to get a team impact. Cost is $10 per person for members and $20 per person for non-members. Admission includes light refreshments. RSVP is appreciated at events@missionchamber.com or 956-240-4047.