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2019 Latino Business Awards honorees announced

By   /   Monday, June 24th, 2019  /   Comments Off on 2019 Latino Business Awards honorees announced

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ON THE COVER: Small Business honorees Marisol Alarcon, left, owner of Alarcon Legal, and her sister Caroline Alarcon, owner of Reliant Notary Services.

The Business Times is pleased to announce our 2019 class of Latino Business Awards winners. This annual special report published with the June 21 print edition. The award winners will be honored at an evening reception held Thursday, July 18 at the Crowne Plaza Ventura Beach hotel. In addition, the Business Times will be awarding its third annual Business Times Scholarship to Kelvin Hau Canche, who is studying business at Moorpark College.

For tickets to the event click here, or contact Romi Ramirez at [email protected] or call (805) 845-2697.

There were eight winners this year, all profiled in the print and online edition. They are:

SMALL BUSINESS

Marisol & Caroline Alarcon: Alacon Legal; Reliant Notary Services

TECHNOLOGY

Theresa Padilla-Chaparro: Rakar

DISASTER RECOVERY

Rudy Gonzales: Southern California Edison


HIGHER EDUCATION

Sergio Galvez: California Lutheran University

TRAVEL & TOURISM

Pablo Ortiz: Oxnard Salsa Festival

AGRIBUSINESS

Gerardo ‘Lalo’ Mora: Enviroscaping

BANKING & FINANCE

Barbara Caballero-Munoz: American Riviera Bank

COMMUNITY OUTREACH

Mark Corella: Wells Fargo

• For a copy of the section with profiles and photos of all the winners, pick up the June 21-27 print edition of the Business Times. [Newsstand locations are here, or call (805) 560-6950 to subscribe or order copies]

• To purchase tickets to the Latino Business Awards evening reception held from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, July 18 at the Crowne Plaza Ventura Beach hotel, call Jennifer Carusa at (805) 560-6950 ext. 228.

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