Vision: Building and Strengthening Flagler County’s Hispanic Community and Businesses

The Palm Coast-Flagler Regional Chamber of Commerce today announced the creation of the Hispanic Business Alliance to serve the needs of Flagler County’s growing Hispanic community. The mission of the Alliance is promoting the economic growth of the Hispanic business community in Flagler County.

Join us to celebrate and learn more about the Hispanic Business Alliance at our kickoff event on Tuesday, March 7, 2023, from 4-6 p.m. at the Latino Market & Bakery, located in the St. Joe’s Plaza at 300 Palm Coast Pkwy SW, Suite # 1, Palm Coast, FL 32137.

Dr. Maria Dowling, Owner & CEO of MD Consulting Company said, “With the Hispanic population growing exponentially, the Alliance provides an opportunity to support and promote the development and growth of Hispanic Businesses. “La Alianza” will create an opportunity for the local Hispanic business community to build relationships, engage and advocate for each other and the community at large. Through education and business programs, we can bring people together with a common vision to embrace diversity and foster innovation in Flagler County.”

Ramon Marrero, Owner of MOTANO Productions, who is hosting his fifth Hispanic cultural event in Palm Coast, said: “I am producing the 2023 Hispanic Cultural Festival of Palm Coast on Sunday, April 16, 2023. For over a decade, I have been working to engage and promote the business community by uniting both Hispanic and non-Hispanic businesses. My goal is to promote an inclusive community environment for Hispanic businesses in Flagler County through a fun cultural event.”

Greg Blosé, President & CEO of the Palm Coast-Flagler Regional Chamber said, “The Hispanic population in Flagler County is growing. 8,000 more Hispanic residents are expected to call Flagler County home by 2040, making it the fastest growing minority population in the region. Through monthly events and meetings, the Chamber will provide support and resources as we prepare for the future. This initiative supports the Chamber’s mission of educating, advocating and connecting businesses.”

For more information on how to become involved with or support the Hispanic Business Alliance, contact Dr. Maria Dowling at 386-202-5919 or via email For more information on this announcement or the Chamber, call Greg Blosé at 386-846-1864. Learn more about the Chamber by visiting our website,

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