Making a Difference - 2021 Outline
The Adelante Awards recognizes the contributions and achievements of individuals, entrepreneurs, and corporations in the St. Louis Metro Area. In keeping with the HCC mission, the awards focus on Hispanic & Latino businesses and professionals as well as on non-Hispanic & Latino companies and individuals that have made a significant contribution to the community at large.
This gala is the main fundraising event for the HCC and will take place in October of this year.
Coming soon the Save the Date!
- HCC members: $100
- Non-Member: $150
Program B&W ads
- Full page ad: $500
- Half page ad: $250
- One-eight page ad: $100
- Secundary sponsorship placement. Table Signage. Half Page color program ad. Table of 10.
- Tertiary sponsorship placement. Table Signage. Full Page B&W program ad. Table of 10.
- Program mention. Table signage. Table of 10.
2021 Adelante Awards
On Friday, October 29, at the “Four Seasons” hotel in downtown St. Louis, the “2021 Adelante Awards” awards ceremony was held.
This award ceremony was sponsored by several companies including AT&T, Enterprise Holdings, and Centene Charitable Foundation.
The entertainment included the participation of Octavio Nieto’s “Almas de México” folk school; the master of ceremonies Carol Daniel from KMOX, and the guest of honor Claudia Romo Edelman, who eloquently spoke about the importance of the Latino Community in the United States.
Claudia Romo Edelman
Mexican-Swiss diplomat, speaker and media contributor, and an activist for equity, diversity and inclusion
2021 Adelante Awards video
"What a grand party. The Adelante Awards, hosted by the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, has a vibe very similar to the Academy Awards. Upon arrival, the guests are pampered with pre-party fun. When the doors open to the grand hall, everyone enters taking their seat at elegantly decorated tables. The entertainment is festive, and the food is not only delicious, but art masterpieces are displayed on the plates. We were nominated for the Civic Award of the Year, and it was a tie. I remember when the first winner was announced, and we sat waiting for the second winner’s name. The anticipation was killing us when we heard our name announced. All of us jumped up screaming as if we had won a million dollars. We began hugging each other and making our way to the stage. The award plaque is breathtaking, and the photo flashes made everything feel like a dream. Thank you, HCC, for recognizing our hard work in the community."
Katie Heaton, Latino Roundtable Chairman