ANNUAL GOLF CLASSIC [8:00AM – Foxtail Golf Club] In partnership with the HCC-Sonoma County (Not included in General Registration)
CONVENTION PRESS CONFERENCE [10:30AM/11:30AM – Salon I]
The California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce invites media and general public to the official kickoff of its Annual Convention in Sonoma County. CHCC Executives, Board of Directors, Corporate Sponsors, and Elected Officials will be available for questions.
CHCC LEADERS LUNCHEON – Sponsored by Wells Fargo & AT&T [12:00PM/2:00PM – Chardonnay] – INVITE ONLY
Event designed to connect CHCC Membership Leaders and Executives. Solution driven conversations to advance our Hispanic communities through our regional chambers and organizations.
ONLINE CHAMBER LEADERSHIP CERTIFICATION – Sponsored by Wells Fargo & AT&T [2:00PM/4:00PM – Salon IV] CHCC Foundation Event – This hands-on session will introduce you to our new online portal to complete your Leadership Certification. JFK University representatives will guide you through the process to get you started and help me complete at least on of the modules.
RECEPTION: WELCOME TO WINE COUNTRY! – Sponsored by PG&E [6:00PM/9:00PM – Christopher Creek Winery]
The Official Opening Reception of the 38th Annual CHCC Statewide Convention
First pickup at the DoubleTree Hilton Sonoma Wine Country will be at 5:00pm
SONOMA WINE EXPERIENCE!
Escape to the Sonoma County Wine Country!
Cost: $60 – includes lunch and transportation
Shuttle Depart Hotel at 9am
Return to Hotel at 3:40pm***NOT INCLUDED IN GENERAL REGISTRATION***
Can be purchased separately through our convention registration portal.Tour includes a visit to Korbel Winery, Francis Ford Coppola Winery, Lunch at the Healdsburg Plaza with Celebrity Chef’s Octavio and Pedro Diaz’ award winning restaurant El Farolito . Lunch will include a private wine tasting with award-winning winemaker Carlos Chavez of Chavez Family Wines. Guests will have the opportunity to explore the Healdsburg Plaza which was rated #2 as one of the best small towns in the U.S. to visit by Smithsonian Magazine