About Our Chamber
The Brazoria County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce was envisioned and established in August, 2011 by Gina Aguirre Adams, Estela Cabrera, and Berta Urteaga. These forward-looking ladies recognized the need for, and the benefits of having, an Hispanic Chamber of Commerce in the Brazoria County area.
With the help of Jeff Pynes, City Manager of the City of Freeport, they successfully opened for business in our first official office, and The Brazoria County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce was born. Gina Aguirre Adams was appointed President/CEO. In addition, an Executive Board of Directors was formed, with the utmost intentions of elevating Hispanic and Non-Hispanic businesses in conjunction with promoting membership in the organization.
Today we are growing our membership and being a positive influence in the community.
Gina Aguirre Adams
President / CEO
Why is it important for you to join the Brazoria County Hispanic Chamber?
• The BCHCC can serve as a resource to your business and serve as an advocate for Hispanic-owned businesses. We create a network of small businesses to connect them to large corporations.
• We build partnerships with organizations that are trying to tap into Hispanic-owned business market.
• BCHCC has partnered with Brazoria County’s community colleges to reach out to Hispanic-owned businesses to learn and understand what resources are needed in trainings such as computer classes, ESL classes, etc.
• We would also like to connect Hispanic-owned businesses to local government entities and inform how to do business with the local government.
What the chamber does to help market your company?
• We would like to start by hosting a ribbon cutting at your business, celebrating your chamber membership. For this event we will use our social media platforms to promote the event.
• Our website will allow you to post any hot deals and job postings which will post directly on our social media.
• We encourage you to attend our networking events will allow you to advertise your company.