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The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Rozzelle Court
Wednesday May 1st
4525 Oak Street, Kansas City, MO 64111
VIP Party 5:00pm -6:30pm
General Admission 6:30pm-9:00pm
Street Parking or $5.00 Covered Parking.
Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Greater Kansas City Greater Kansas City Hispanic Collaborative
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For more information call the Hispanic Chamber offices at 816-472-6767 or email Brenda at bsalcedo@hccgkc.com

Comida online ticket window will close at NOON today,but are still available for walk ups at the door!
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Comida 2013 is the 1st Annual Latin Culinary Arts Experience.
Proceeds to benefit the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Greater Kansas City and the Greater Kansas City Hispanic Collaborative. Honorary Co-Chefs: Aarón Sánchez and Michael Smith. Comida showcases 9 chefs, 6 restaurateurs, and 8 Mixologists- all of which create contemporary interpretations of traditional dishes and libations from a variety of Latin cultures. This event is Cocktail Attire and will also feature a silent auction.

Honorary Chair: Gerry Lopez, CEO AMC Theatres

About HCCGKC
The Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Greater Kansas City was founded in 1977 by 25 Hispanic business leaders who envisioned the need for an organization that would represent their interests before the public and private sectors. The organization aimed at developing a business network that would provide the Hispanic business community with cohesion and strength while promoting economic growth and development of its member businesses and the community they serve. Since its inception, the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce has worked towards the development of its members and in promoting business relationships between Hispanic businesses and non-Hispanic businesses in the Kansas City metropolitan area. Read more...

About The Greater Kansas City Hispanic Collaborative
The Greater Kansas Hispanic Collaborative was formed in 1978 by the members of Hispanic Chamber of Commerce to assist business owners on Southwest Boulevard who were devastated by a flood. Originally incorporated as the Hispanic Development Foundation, the Greater Kansas Hispanic Collaborative is certified by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501c3 charitable organization and incorporated in the state of Missouri as a not for profit corporation. Read more...


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