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I-270 Corridor After-Hours Business Mixer, La Tasca-Spanish Tapas Bar, Rockville, MD
Wednesday, March 21, 2012 from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM (EDT)
Mid-Atlantic Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
cordially invite you to its monthly
Let's enjoy networking in the company of good people
who are having a good time while doing business.
When: Wednesday, March 21, 2012.
Time: 05:00 PM – 07:00 PM
Where: La Tasca - Spanish Tapas Bar & Restaurant, 141 Gibbs Street, Suite 305, Rockville, MD 20850.
Admission: It includes one (1) free drink and appetizers and the opportunity to win lunch for two at La Tasca. Members: $12.00; Non-Members: $15.00. Pre-registration required. All beers, cocktails, special drinks and selected appetizers at $3. Bar appetizers courtesy of the Mid-Atlantic Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.
Info: For more information about this event contact MAHCC Vice President Jorge E. Arce at 301-642-2409 or Jorge Ribas at 301-404-1946 (email@example.com).
Event sponsorship: For more information contact Jorge Ribas at 301-404-1946 (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Membership Info: For information about membership in the Chamber, please 240-686-0055.
The Story of Tapas: Tapa means "lid" or "cover" in Spanish. The origins of the modern-day tapas are not truly known, but here is one explanation that we like: At day's end, farmers and laborers would often go to the local "Tascas" (Spanish pubs serving those tantalizing appetizers known today as tapas) for a well-earned drink, on top of which they would find a slice of bread to protect it. Little by little the inkeeper would place things on top of the bread, such as cured meats and sausages as an accompanying snack. This edible "lid" was the start of the tapas we know today.
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Mid-Atlantic Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (MAHCC)
The MAHCC is a multi-state business organization serving the Mid-Atlantic Region. It advocates for economic, workforce and community development, and it champions our Nation's capital and the Mid-Atlantic region as premier international destinations and sought-after locations to visit, start a business, live, work and play. Since its inception in 2002, it has earned a sterling reputation for being one of the most dynamic chambers of commerce and it has become one of the leading voices for small. women, veteran and minority-owned businesses in the region. The Delaware Division has two county Chapters (Kent and Essex) and is planning to add in 2013 two more chapters in New Castle County and in the City of Wilmington.