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                                     Friday Report
                                   September 19, 2003

                              Sponsored by Wells Fargo
                                      Upcoming Events
Sep 22 - Mayoral Debate
Oct 17 - Hispanic Business Conference 2003

Check the “Mark Your Calendars” section for more information about these events.

Mexican Museum Celebration A Success
The Mexican Museum Celebration hosted by the SFHCC was a huge success. With more than 200
attendees, honored guests from the Governor’s office, Assemblymen Mark Leno’s office, the
Mayor s office, and The SF Treasurer’s office. Distinguished guests included the founder of the
Mexican Museum, Peter Rodrmguez, Trustee of the Mexican Museum and founder of the SFHCC,
Martha Cruz, and the son of Pancho Villa, Ernesto Nava.

We are excited to share the model of the new facility at the event and excited about the media
coverage of the event. We thank our new members Chipotle and Chevy’s Fresh Mex for contributing
the food as well as El Norteqo and Clouds Restaurant. Special thanks to Skyy Vodka, Thirsty Bear
Brewing Co. and the National Latino Peace Officer’s Association - SF County for their sponsorship of
the bar, and to Southwest Airlines and Cine Accisn for their contribution to the silent auction.

We wish the Mexican Museum the very best as construction on their 63,000 square foot facility
continues on its way. For more information about the new museum, see

Coalition for California Jobs and The Jobs 1st Campaign
Never before have California's employers and workers faced a more hostile political environment.
Virtually every business in the state is targeted by multiple pieces of legislation ranging from
damaging to devastating. Expensive health care mandates, increased litigation and oppressive taxes
and fees are just a few proposals that threaten California jobs. Workers' compensation costs are
skyrocketing with no relief in sight. And, over 100 bills in the legislature threaten California jobs.

The Coalition for California Jobs is a coalition of small and large business and organizations united to
fight anti-jobs legislation and protect and create jobs in California. The Coalition believes that
protecting and creating jobs in California should be the top priority of policymakers. Economic
growth and job creation are the keys to eliminating the state budget deficit, funding important
programs like education and improving our quality of life.

For more detailed information on 'Jobs 1rst' and how you can help, please visit the following websites:
•      List of job killer bills released in May 2003: http://www.cajobsfirst.org/facts_bills.html
•      Questions and Answers on 'Jobs 1st': http://www.cajobsfirst.org/facts_qanda.html
•      How you could help section: "Action Kit": http://www.cajobsfirst.org/action.html
Telemundo/KSTS-TV 48 Welcomes Back Celina Rodriguez to Noticiero 48
Celina Rodrmguez returns to the Bay Area as news anchor of Noticiero 48, Telemundo/KSTS-TV
48 s daily newscasts at 6pm and 11pm. The announcement was made today by Eduardo Dominguez,
Vice President and General Manager of Telemundo/KSTS-TV 48. Celina Rodriguez has been an
anchor for the last three years at CNN EN ESPAQOL. Prior to CNN, Celina anchored the newscast at
Telemundo/KSTS 48 from 1987 to 1999. Jonathan Ruiz, Noticiero 48 s news director said: “We are
happy to have Celina back with us because of her journalistic experience, her history in the Bay Area
and her strong ties with the Latino community.”

Ms Rodriguez s experience in the Bay Area began in 1985 when she was awarded a John S. Knight
Fellowship at Stanford University. Soon after she worked at El Mensajero, newspaper as well as KIQI
radio. She began working as an anchor at Telemundo/KSTS 48 in 1987. “I am very excited about
coming back home to the Bay Area. I have always considered it my home away from home,” said
Celina, “my professional and community ties with Northern California have never faded with time or
distance”, added Ms. Rodrmguez.

In June 2003 Ms Rodriguez received an Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters, Honored Causa from
the National Hispanic University. Celina holds a degree of Science in Communication from
Guadalajara, Mexico. She has been the recipient of many awards both in Mexico and in the United
States including a Leadership Award of Outstanding Contributions and Dedication to the Hispanic
Community from the National Hispanic University and a State Award in Journalism from
Comunicacisn Cultural, A.C., Guadalajara, Mexico.

Oakland Raiders Special Series First for Spanish-Language TV
Executives of Telemundo of Northern California and the Oakland Raiders jointly announced today an
exclusive agreement to produce and broadcast a series of Raiders Specials for the first time on
Spanish-language Television. The production deal consists of 5 half-hour specials dedicated
exclusively to the Oakland Raiders to be broadcast over the next four months. “The Raiders are the
most recognized NFL team among Hispanics,”said Telemundo/KSTS Vice-President/ General
Manager, Eduardo Dominguez. “We’re excited about this opportunity to bring to Spanish-speaking
Bay Area residents the behind the scenes interviews and highlights of one of their favorite teams,” he

“We are excited that we have found another vehicle to reach Raiders and NFL fans and give them
some exclusive information about Pro Football’s most popular team,” said Raiders Senior Assistant
Bruce Allen. The program is hosted by Telemundo’s popular sports anchor, Ramon Diaz and co-
hosted Patty Herrera, Manager of Hispanic Initiatives for the Raiders. The programs produced in
conjunction with the broadcast division of the Raiders will air as special editions of the weekly
“Telemundo Deportivo” Saturdays at 6pm. The scheduled dates are September 6, October 4,
November 1, December 6 and December 27th. The agreement also includes various community
outreach efforts including joint public service announcements around educational initiatives and
community events.

President Bush Identifies Small Businesses as 'Indispensable Factor' in U.S. Economy,
Announces National Small Business Week
 President George W. Bush today paid tribute to the key role small businesses play in leading the
nation's economic recovery, and called on all Americans to honor their contributions to the American
spirit during National Small Business Week (Sept. 14-20). President Bush issued the proclamation
(see below) for National Small Business Week today, calling on Americans "to celebrate the
achievements of small business owners and encourage and foster the development of new enterprises.

"These entrepreneurs create between 60 and 80 percent of the new jobs nationwide and generate more
than 50 percent of the nation's gross domestic product," the President said. "Small business owners
lead the way in creating new technologies, products, and services. The entrepreneurs who own and
operate America's small businesses are an indispensable factor in America's economic strength. These
entrepreneurs possess many of the characteristics that define the American spirit - innovation,
dedication, and drive. America's small businesses are forging new opportunities and prosperity for
America. Their tremendous spirit is an example to us all. Leading by example, America's
entrepreneurs have made, and continue to make, an indelible mark on our economy.

"During Small Business Week, we honor America's millions of small business owners. Without their
continued contribution to our country, the American dream would go unrealized." The U.S. Small
Business Administration will host a gathering of America's top entrepreneurs to celebrate the strength
and vitality of the nation's small business sector and honor the National Small Business Person of the
Year for 2003 during ceremonies planned for the National Entrepreneurial Conference and Expo in
Washington, D.C., Sept. 17-19.

This year's celebration - part of the SBA's 50th anniversary - also will include a trade show with 175
participants, business matchmaking, business education sessions, a town hall meeting and the naming
of the National Small Business of Year award winner. Other sessions will include speakers from
industry and government with a focus on issues of interest to the small business community. Another
special feature of the conference will be the unveiling of SBA's "Golden Anniversary Hall of Fame,"
where the agency will honor nationally known companies that got started with the help of SBA-
backed financing.

Wells Fargo supports technology center in S.F.'s Mission district
Wells Fargo Bank is quietly providing most of the money needed to open a technology center in the
Mission district as part of the bank's efforts to reach out to minority communities in San Francisco.
The bank is donating $35,000 of the $45,000 needed to open a technology center in the Mission
Cultural Center for Latino Arts at 2868 Mission St. The center is expected to open in late October.

The center will be more than 400 square feet and feature 10 computer workstations where Mission
residents can access the Internet for job opportunities as well as write their resumes on the computer.
The center's proponents also envision residents and students using the computers to further their
education. "Students in the Mission are the victims of the digital divide," said Fernando Rivera,
president of the San Francisco Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. "The most important thing we could
give them was access to technology." The center is the outgrowth of early meetings between Rivera
and Wells Fargo's Lisa Stevens when she returned to the San Francisco market about six months ago
to become a regional president. "We're only as successful as the communities in which we do
business," Stevens said.

Wells Fargo & Co. doesn't plan to make a big investment in Mexico's banking industry like archrivals
Bank of America and Citibank have. "It could make sense, as a natural extension, to be along the
border on the Mexican side," CEO Dick Kovacevich told the RMA Journal, produced by the Risk
Management Association. "What we could possibly do is open a couple of banks on the Mexican side
of the border and test them to see if they add value to our U.S. business," Kovacevich said, noting that
growing numbers of its U.S. customer base are made up of Mexican nationals. In a wide-ranging
interview with the narrowly circulated publication, Kovacevich also shared his thoughts on recent
corporate-accounting scandals. "It is, quite frankly, shocking to see so many instances of outright
fraud in corporate America," he said. "Corporate America has been taken to the woodshed, and for
good reason."

Statement of U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer on Mexican Independence Day 2003
On September 16th we celebrate Mexican Independence Day. Along with the birth of a great nation,
this holiday honors the cause of liberty and freedom for all people. Like the 4th of July, the 16th of
September marks the beginning not the end of a long struggle for independence. On that day in
1810, Father Miguel Hidalgo issued his famous Grito de Dolores ( Cry of Dolores ), calling on his
fellow Mexicans to rise up against the colonial power of Spain.
Announcing that the moment of our freedom has arrived; the hour of our liberty has struck, Father
Hidalgo concluded his address with the revolutionary cry of Viva Mexico! Viva la
independencia! The crowd that had gathered in Dolores echoed his cry and took up the cause. The
fight for Mexican independence was long and difficult. Father Hidalgo and thousands of others gave
their lives in the ten-year struggle for freedom.

Each year at this time, their stirring cry is repeated by citizens all across Mexico and by freedom-
loving people all over the world. And so, as a good friend and neighbor of Mexico, I too wish to say
“Viva Mexico! Viva la independencia!”

SBA Spanish Language Web Site Offers Online Course For Entrepreneurs
The U.S. Small Business Administration is offering an interactive online course for Spanish-speaking
entrepreneurs on its Spanish language Web site, www.negocios.gov.

The 9-session interactive course - titled "My Own Business" - was developed by My Own Business,
Inc., a nonprofit firm founded in 1992 by a successful entrepreneur to develop and provide educational
materials on entrepreneurship. The courses cover such topics as writing a business plan, marketing
and e-commerce, and are offered through a joint effort between the SBA and My Own Business Inc.
to provide a free, comprehensive online entrepreneurship course for small business owners and
aspiring entrepreneurs.

"We are very happy to provide this valuable educational tool on our Spanish language Web site," said
SBA Administrator Hector V. Barreto. "These courses help a prospective entrepreneur walk through
the initial steps as they are getting ready to start their business. By taking the time to prepare
themselves with training like this, entrepreneurs can better ensure the success of their businesses in the
long term."

The SBA established its Spanish language Web site a year ago. The site contains information about
SBA programs and services and provides a wide range of useful information for entrepreneurs. Since
its inception, the Web site has logged almost 3 million hits with the number of visitors steadily

My Own Business, Inc., a nonprofit 501(c)(3) company, was founded by Phil Holland after the 1992
riots in Los Angeles. The successful founder of Yum Yum Donut Shops in 1970, Holland established
My Own Business, Inc., to share his expertise and experience in creating successful entrepreneurial
businesses with people in economically distressed neighborhoods. Yum Yum Donut Shops grew from
a one-shop operation to become the largest privately owned chain of donut shops in the United States.

Injury and Illness Prevention Program Requirements
A new provision Section 47, amending LC 6401.7 requires each insurer to review each insured’s IIPP
within 4 months of policy inception. The reviewer, who must be an independent licensed California
professional engineer, certified safety professional, or certified IH, must determine whether the
insured has implemented all required components of an IIPP and evaluate their effectiveness,
including the training component. Requires the reviewer to prepare a detailed written report including
findings and recommendations.
                                    Mark Your Calendars
Sep 22 San Francisco Mayoral Debate
7:00 - 9:00 p.m. - Victoria Theatre (2961 16th Street @ Mission) - SFHCC in association with the
Mission Merchants Association and the Greater Mission Rotary Club invite you to a debate where San
Francisco mayoral candidates Angela Alioto, Tom Ammiano, Susan Leal, Gavin Newson, Tony
Ribera and Matt Gonzales will discuss topics related to their mayoral campaigns and how they will
focus on the opportunities and issues of the Mission District. Join us to decide the future of our city.

This is the perfect opportunity to hear the tough questions being posed by community leaders while
being recorded by the media to ensure commitments made to the community happen. Show your
support to the Latino community by being a witness to the answers to those issues hitting the Latino
community so hard.

This event is free to the public. For more information, contact SFHCC at 415-861-2606 or see
information online at http://www.evite.com/sfhcc@aol.com/mayoraldebate.

Oct 17 - 1st Annual Hispanic Business Conference
San Francisco - University of San Francisco Lone Mountain and McLaren Campuses - 7:30 AM to
4:00 PM. Presented by: San Francisco Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, University of San Francisco,
and Hispanic-Net, Telemundo/ KSTS 48, and NBC 11. The San Francisco Hispanic Chamber of
Commerce (SFHCC), the University of San Francisco (USF) and Hispanic-Net are collaborating to
organize the 1st Annual Hispanic Business Conference (HBC) on October 17, 2003.

07:30 AM - Registration and Continental Breakfast
09:00 AM - Keynote - State of the Economy in the Bay Area Mr. Gary Schlossberg, Wells Capital
10:00 AM - Capitalizing on the Growth of the Hispanic Markets Marketing to American Latinos
            Isabel Valdes, Author
11:00 AM - Break and Book signing by Isabel Valdes
11:15 AM - Venture Capital and Entrepreneurship - Richard Leza, Hispanic-Net
12:30 AM - Lunch and Bay Area Business Awards Ceremony, Scholarships Awarded
02:30 PM - Small Business Tips and Resources Workshops by Wells Fargo
04:00 PM - Cocktail Reception and Networking

Other Conference Highlights
•        The Hispanic Business Conference Luncheon and Awards Ceremony will be hosted by Bay
    Area Television personalities. At the luncheon, the SFHCC will present awards to Best of Class
    Hispanic Businesses in San Francisco.
•        In addition to the business awards, 20 scholarships from the Chicana/Latina Foundation and 4
    from the Private Industry Council
•        The Conference will close with a cocktail reception to which the Latin American Consuls are

For more information see http://www.sfhcc.com/pages/12/index.htm or call SFHCC at 415-861-2606.
Tickets can be purchased online at: http://www.acteva.com/booking.cfm?bevaid=53922
Sep 17-21 - The 11th Festival !Cine Latino!
 This year, Festival !Cine Latino! will include a Director’s Night on Sept. 19 honoring the
revolutionary director Rolando Klein and his magical film CHAC: The Rain God at the Legion of
Honor in San Francisco's Lincoln Park. The Festival will feature Vivir Mata, directed by Nicolas
Echevarrma; Hunting of Man, directed by Joe Menendez; Red Passport, directed by Alberto Xavier;
Dracula en espaqol, directed by George Melford, and from the director of Cuba, the West Coast
Premiere of Rosa, La China, directed by Valeria Sarmiento, a unique Chilean program, "A Call to
Memory: Chile, 30 Aqos Despues" featuring music and video, plus many other short and feature
length independent films. These screenings will be held at the Victoria Theatre, on 16th Street in the
Mission District. Cine Accion’s Festival !Cine Latino! is the longest running Latino film & video
festival in the country. For tickets or more information, please call (415) 553-8135 or visit

Sep 19 - Festival !Cine Latino! Film Showing - Hunting of Man
Hunting of Man, 2002, US, Director Joe Menendez, Bi-lingual (English/Spanish). Hunting of Man is a
cautionary tale about a man who tries to keep his volatile kid brother from further advancing into a
vicious cycle of vengeance. But the more he tries to intervene, the more entangled he becomes in his
brother's festering world of violence. The director is a staff writer on the new Fox sitcom, Luis starring
Luis Guzman. Screening at 7:00 p.m. at the Victoria Theatre, 2961 16th St.

Sep 19 - Director's Tribute Gala Event presented by Cine Accisn
CHAC: The Rain God, 1974, Mexico/US. Mayan dialects with English subtitles. This gorgeous film,
shot in the Chiapas region of Mexico by Chilean director Rolando Klein, focuses on a small Tzeltal
village during a terrible drought. Desperate for relief, the men seek a solitary Diviner to summon
Chac, the Rain God. Director Rolando Klein will be in attendance. Screening at 7:30 p.m. at the
Legion of Honor, 100 34th Avenue, San Francisco. Tickets & Info: 415 553-8135,

Sep 20- Orquesta AVANCE! Salsa Dancing Excitement!
CD's of Avance's new album "Seguimos" will be on SALE!! Co-Headliner: "Jaque Lynn & Elena
Renee - The Herrera Sisters!" Singing Dance Duo of Latin Pop & Soul with a medley rendition of
"Selena." See and hear why so many have fallen in love with them! They're pure excitement! Special
Guest: "Yoly" Tolentino! Broadway Singer / Actress - Spanish & English Songs. Co-Starring
Performers: "Grooveline featuring ILEANA" - Latin Rock, Tex-Mex, Latin Soul!; "Downtown
Rhythm" - Funk & Soul sounds of the 70's!

The event will feature foods, beverages, drinks, arts/crafts, community outreaches, raffle prizes, and
more. First 150 entering receive a FREE raffle ticket for a special prize. (18 years and over only)
Come and enjoy a full day of music and talents covering many aspects of diverse Latino cultures. All
for your listening, viewing and celebration in dance. Arrive early. 12 PM-7PM. For additional
information call Lupe Monterrosa at (510) 215-3092 or visit www.yolysings.com

Sep 20- San Pablo's 2nd Annual Rancho San Pablo Latino Heritage Day Celebration
Plan to enjoy a unique whole day of FREE Top Bay Area cultural entertainment! All on One Stage!
Music and dance performances from Norteno, Tex Mex, Boleros, Latin Rock, Broadway Spanish
songs, fiery Carnaval dance, Magic, Folklorico dance, Latin Funk, Soul, Cumbias, to Salsa! The event
will also feature an exhibition of San Pablo's Police Dog Training Force. Special welcoming by VIP
Guests. Fun and more for all ages! Concert and Dance Show! Featuring CMA Grammy Award
Nominee, West Coast Premiere's powerful Salsa Group, recording artist, "Orquesta AVANCE!" All
for your listening and dancing pleasure. Also visit R&B Old School "98.1 KISS FM Radio Groove
Crew Van" and listen to 98.1 KISS FM for updates. Visit www.981kissfm.com or
www.yolysings.com or call Lupe at 510-215-3092 for more information. 12 noon till 7:00 PM. One
Alvarado Maple Plaza on corner of San Pablo Ave. & Church Lane. Gates Open at 11:30 AM. Arrive
early for General Seating or SRO.

Sep 22- Celebrate Latino Culture!
San Francisco 49ers quarterback Jeff Garcia, a longtime supporter of the Hispanic Scholarship Fund,
will be the honorary host of this special entertainment fundraiser to benefit Bay Area Latino college
students. Celebrating the best in Latino culture, the evening will feature a mix of fashion, musical
performances, a live auction and much more. The goal of the event is to raise awareness of the critical
issue of Latino higher education. You must be 21 or older to attend this event. Monday, September 22,
2003--7:30 p.m. doors open; Ruby Skye, 420 Mason Street, San Francisco. Special music
performances and entertainment! Special guest host: Carlos Ponce. Cutting-edge fashion designs by:
Henry Duarte, Eduardo Lucero, Esteban Ramos, David Rodriguez, and other international designers!
Fashions modeled by celebrities from the world of entertainment and sports, including members of the
San Francisco 49ers!

Ticket info: Premium Packages $250 - $500; General Admission $50; Student Discount $25 (must be
21+. Student ID required). For ticket purchasing or more information email: estilolatino@hsf.net or
call 415-808-2329.

Sep 24 - PIC SF/Youth Opportunities Job Fair
The Private Industry Council of San Francisco, Inc. and Youth Opportunities seeks to collaborate with
local business owners and employers interested in working with out-of-school youth on employment
opportunities and mentorship. In particular, there are two upcoming events where we could use your
influence and expertise: The PIC SF/Youth Opportunities Job Fair is September 24th, 1-3 PM. We
need participation and presence from those who hire younger people (18-24 years of age). Secondly,
we want to help nurture a relationship between youth and employers through our Job Club activities.

We seek employers willing to occasionally speak about their businesses, what they look for in
potential employees, what are positive characteristics of a successful employee, and what
entrepreneurship or starting a business has meant to your life and career. Our Job Club is probably the
only one in the country with a youth constituency. We want to cultivate positive attributes in our
youth., so they be successful employees, and, hopefully one day, very successful business people as

If you have any questions regarding our Job Fair and Job Club activities, please contact Kevin
Cartwright by email at kcartwright@picsf.org or phone: 415-431-8700 ext, 321 or 415-730-1460.

Sep 24- Latino Film Festival - Silvia Prieto
A film by Martin Rejtman , Argentina 1999, 92 mins. In Spanish with English subtitles. Silvia Prieto
has lunch with the only other Silvia Prieto in the phonebook. The other Silvia suggests that they form
a Silvia Prieto club, complete with weekly meetings. A quirky comedy complete with ex-husbands,
girlfriends, first dates, writers and twisting subplots. Had its U.S. Premiere at Sundance. Showing
Wednesday, Sep 24 @ 7:00 pm at Raven Film Center located at 415 Center Street, Healdsburg (707)
433-5448. Advance Tickets: call (415) 454-4039 or fax (415) 454-4613 w/credit card by Sept 22 ($1
processing fee per order applies) $8.50 General Admission/$5.50 LFF members w/membership card,
children and seniors. LFF members at Estrella level or above/call to reserve free pass (415) 454-4039
by Sept. 22.

Sep 27 - "Step Up to Success"
As we enter the fourth quarter of this challenging year 2003 we still have the opportunity to accelerate
our business activities so that you can end the year favorably while at the same time start
preparing yourself mentally and emotionally for the financial upswing awaiting you in the year 2004!

We invite you to join us at The Silicon Valley Conference Center, 2161 North First St, San Jose (off E
Brokaw Road), from 8:03am to 4:16pm to hear extraordinary group of individuals who are destined
for success. And, you are destined for success, aren't you? Our Annual Success Conference will ignite
your enthusiasm and spark an interest in you to be more determined than ever in achieving your
business and personal goals. Presenters:
• Steven Dellaporta - Leadership Magic: The Magic of Listening, Learning, Leading, Living -
     Adding a dash of Magic, Dellaporta creates powerful presentations that entertain, amuse and leave
     lasting impressions.
• Paul Bagan - Don't Just Sit There - Start Living! Learn the three important life skills: Attitude,
     Communication, and Goal Setting. Bagan, President of Dale Carnegie Training of San Jose,
     Master Instructor/Trainer, Coach, and Facilitator for many of Silicon Valley's top companies.
• Romanus Wolter - Kick Start Your Success. Focus Your Life and Business in Just One Hour!
     Wolter, Author, Radio Host, Columnist, Success Coach. Recognized as "Best of the Best Speaker
     of the Year 2003" by Success Builders International. Host of "The Entrepreneur" radio show.

Registration Fee includes Continental Breakfast and a Nutritious Lunch. The fee for our GSJHCC
members and friends is only $75 from the regular fee of $125. Lots of free parking. RSVP Today.

Sep 29 - Last Chance for Eden Film
A must-see film for anyone who has ever wondered what it will take to end the violence and hatred
overwhelming our country and the world. Nine men and women engage in an electrifying
conversation about the pain and anguish that racism and sexism have had on their lives and families.
Last Chance for Eden is about all of us. It will bring you to tears. It will outrage you. You will be
inspired by the incredible strength of the human spirit to stand up each time truth and freedom are at
stake. The viewing of Last Chance for Eden is an intense emotional experience. We hope you will
plan to stay for the post-screening discussion facilitated by director Lee Mun Wah. Tickets can be
purchased online: http://www.acteva.com//booking.cfm?bevaID=53033

Oct 1, 5pm "Tianguis",
A Macro Networking Mixer Event sponsored by La Oferta Review at Park Plaza Hotel across the
street from La Oferta newspaper office, 1376 No Fourth St., San Jose, RSVP 408-436-7850, ask for
Yilva Clevenger or Dan Allen- FREE to all members and friends of GSJHCC. Enjoy Food,
Beverages, Prizes, Excitement, and the thrill of networking for YOUR business development! Bring
plenty of business cards and promo material!

Oct 11-13 - Fleet Week
Fleet Week is the Bay Area s opportunity to pay tribute to the men and women of our nation s Navy
and Marine services. PIER 39 celebrates the US Navy s birthday with an assortment of activities,
including special band performances. PIER 39 is the perfect viewing place to see the dynamic air
show above the San Francisco Bay.
                                      NEW MEMBERS
Chamber members have access to exclusive benefits that build relationships, increase visibility, and
generate business leads. Welcome additions to the San Francisco Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.
For information about SFHCC Membership, see http://www.sfhcc.com/pages/6/index.htm. SFHCC
Memberships can be purchased online at http://acteva.com/booking.cfm?bevaID=34379.

  HMS-Hispanic Marketing Specialists                       Diana Elena Putterman
  199 Golden Hind Passage                                  T: 415-924-8862
  Corte Madera CA 94925                                    E: dianap@HMSinSF.com
  Hispanic advertising and marketing consulting firm

  U.S. Army                                               Staff Sergeant Victor Farrier
  Golden Gateway Commons, Suite 111                       T: (415) 433-4512
  670 Davis Street                                        F: (415) 433-4727
  San Francisco, CA 94111                                 E: Victor.Farrier@usarec.army.mil
  Non-profit military employer

  The Americas Mortgage                                    Robert Huibers
  617 Veterans Blvd., Suite 101                            T: 650-364-2100
  Redwood City CA 94063                                    E: robert@theamericasmortgage.com
  Mortgage Broker

  Chevy’s Fresh Mex                                       Heather Cartwright
  201 Third Street                                        T: 415 -543-8060
  San Francisco, CA 94103                                 F: 415-947-0195
  Restaurant                                              www.chevys.com

  Chipotle                                                Libby Balsinger
  126 New Montgomery Street                               T: 415-412-2743
  San Francisco, CA 94105                                 F: 415-384-0719
  Restaurant                                              www.chipotle.com

  The Carwright Hotel                                     Cody Hoyer
  524 Sutter Street                                       T: 415-983-6251
  San Francisco, CA 94102                                 F: 415-398-6345
  Hotel                                                   E: cody.hoyer@cartwrighthotel.com

  Chicana/Latina Foundation                               Olga Talamante
  760 Edgemar Avenue                                      T: 650-373-1083
  Pacifica, CA 94044                                      F: 650-373-1090
  Empowerment of Latinas                                  E: olgapacifica@yahoo.com

  UFW Store                                               Carlo Narduzzi
  29700 Woodford-Tehachapi Rd                             T: 661-823-6107
  Keene CA 93531                                          F: 661-823-6176
  Retail Location, United Farm Workers                    E: carlo@ufwmail.com

  Mi Sueno Winery                                         Rolando Herrera
  860 Kaiser Rd., Suite I                                 T: 707-258-6358, 707-258-6359
  Napa, CA 94558                                          E: rolando@misuenowinery.com
  Sills Cummis Radin Tischman Epstein & Gross             Armando A. Olmedo
  One Market, Spear Tower, 16th Floor                     T: 415 643-7000
  San Francisco CA 94105                                  F: 415 643-6500
  Law Firm                                                aolmedo@sillscummis.com
  Jose Roberto Hernandez
  4804 Lawton Ave. #A                                     T: 510-923-0174
  Oakland, CA 94069

                                         JOB BANK
USBank- Branch Manager - In-Store Banking
Key Responsibilities: Effectively meeting the financial needs of U.S. Bank customers by providing
quality products and excellent customer service. Develop a customer centered branch environment by
utilizing expert product/service knowledge, integrating products/services with customer needs,
applying thorough knowledge of regulatory, policy and compliance issues, and initiating community
involvement. Provide leadership, organization and direction for the branch staff and handles and
human resource issues. Partner grocery store director to ensure a mutually beneficial relationship.
Assure optimum use of other Bank resources to achieve goals.

Contact: Maureen McGovern, Human Resources @ maureen.mcgovern@usbank.com
U.S. Bank, Phone: 206-344-3621, Fax: 206-344-3621

                           Wells Fargo Retail Banking Sales Opportunities
The following are all the current job postings available at Wells Fargo Bank. For more information
about the job postings within Wells Fargo, send your cover letter and resume to Katy Johnson by fax
to 415-646-9397 or email to katy.l.johnson.wellsfargo.com.

Customer Sales & Service Rep
Requirements: Broad background and working knowledge of all consumer products and services.
Excellent customer service and strong sales experience. Demonstrated effective communication and
interpersonal skills. Good personal computer skills. One to two years’ prior teller and customer
service experience. For consideration, please call our Jobline at 1-800-392-4780.
Personal Banker
Requirements: Demonstrated customer service and sales skills. Effective communication skills. For
consideration, please call our Jobline at 1-800-392-4780.
Premier Banker
Requirements: Demonstrated and consistent superior sales skills that include listening, problem-
solving, cross-selling, financial counseling and customer service skills. Ability to communicate and
sell effectively and professionally with customers. Financial planning certification required. In-depth
understanding and knowledge of bank products and financial services. Strong understanding and
ability to interpret banking policies, procedures, laws and regulations.
Retail Banking
REQUIREMENTS: A great team player who displays individual initiative, Teller experience,
Demonstrated customer service experience, Strong problem solving and written/verbal
communication skills, The ability to maintain the highest ethical standards as defined by Wells Fargo
Bank s vision and values.
Store Manager
Requirements: Demonstrated experience in customer service and retail sales. Effective communication
and presentation skills. Demonstrated problem solving/reconcilement experience and previous
supervisory experience.
Assistant Store Manager
Requirements: Demonstrated experience in customer service and retail sales. Effective communication
and presentation skills. Demonstrated problem solving/reconcilement experience.
Customer Sales & Service Rep
Requirements: Broad background and working knowledge of all consumer products and services.
Excellent customer service and strong sales experience. Demonstrated effective communication and
interpersonal skills. Good personal computer skills. One to two years prior teller and customer
service experience For consideration, please call our Jobline at 1-800-392-4780.

Personal Banker
Requirements: Demonstrated customer service and sales skills. Effective communication skills. For
consideration, please call our Jobline at 1-800-392-4780.
Personal Banker II
Requirements: Demonstrated and consistent superior sales skills that include listening, problem-
solving, cross-selling, financial counseling and customer service skills. Ability to communicate and
sell effectively and professionally with customers. Financial planning certification required. In-depth
understanding and knowledge of bank products and financial services. Strong understanding and
ability to interpret banking policies, procedures, laws and regulations

Service Manager
Requirements: Previous teller experience. Demonstrated experience in customer service and problem
solving/reconcilement. Effective communication skills.
Lead Teller
Requirements: Ability to perform multiple tasks concurrently and accurately, strong problem solving
and customer service skills. For consideration, please call our Jobline at 1-800-392-4780.
Requirements: Ability to perform multiple tasks concurrently and accurately. Demonstrated customer
service skills and effective verbal communication skills. For consideration, please call our Jobline at

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