A Cup of Coffee for Conexión Américas
If you are reading this, please consider joining me at my table for "A Cup of Coffee for Conexión Américas," the annual coffee and breakfast (cafecito) to raise awareness and money for Nashville's premier non-profit for Latino families. Clear your calendar on Thursday, May 26, from 7:15 a.m. to 8:30 a.m., RSVP online, and we'll look forward to seeing you at the event at the Loews Vanderbilt Hotel.
Every year, more than 2,500 Latino individuals and their families turn to Conexión Américas for assistance in achieving their American Dream. At the cafecito on May 26, we will celebrate the entrepreneurial spirit of these men and women, as well as Conexión's own small business development program, called "Negocio Próspero," or "Prosperous Business." We will meet Karla Ruiz, Tony Torres and María Ramos, just three of many small business owners who are contributing to Nashville's economic vitality.
This is a fundraising cafecito. While there is no set ticket price for this event and no payment in advance required for the reservation, we hope that once you get there you will be inspired to give and support Conexion's worthy mission (a $100 minimum donation will be suggested).
To register, click here to fill out the form, and after that, send me an e-mail at the address below so we can arrange for you to sit at my table:
I hope you can join me for a cup of cafecito - Conexión Américas' own fair trade, organic Rumba Roast - and for a morning of learning and conversation.
John Lamb, Editor