September, 2021
"Recognizing the business, professional, civic, cultural & artistic contributions of more than 62.08 million Hispanics in our
country and in our local Nashville community"
The Nashville Area Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and NAHCC Foundation Board of Directors will kick-off National Hispanic Heritage Month tomorrow Wednesday, September 15 at 9:15 AM with brief ceremony outside Nashville's Historic Metro Courthouse.

A special Proclamation will be presented by Nashville Mayor John Cooper on behalf of the City of Nashville to mark the official beginning of the national celebration ending on October 15, 2021.

The NAHCC will announce its month-long calendar of events made possible thanks to the support of members and corporate and community partners.
Also on Wed 9/15@12 pm: “Grow your business in its first year and beyond” Roundtable discussion with Pitbull, Soledad O’Brien and other entrepreneurial experts.

Global superstar and entrepreneurial advocate Pitbull talks with award-winning journalist Soledad O’Brien and Hispanic and LatinX small business owners about the importance of making the right financial decisions early in their small business. 

September 15 is the start of National Hispanic Heritage Month. This roundtable highlights the entrepreneurial expertise of the diverse cultures that comprise the Hispanic, Latino and Latinx communities, and celebrates the hope that powers the entrepreneurial dream. Click HERE to sign up.

Each year, Americans observe National Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15 to October 15, by celebrating the histories, cultures and contributions of American citizens whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America.

At over 62 million, the Hispanic population of the United States is the nation's largest ethnic or racial minority. Hispanics constitute more than 18.7 percent of the nation's total population and close to 7% in Tennessee and 14% of Nashville.

During Hispanic Heritage Month the NAHCC recognizes the professional, civic, cultural and business contributions of members and non-members in our community. Click HERE for a list of NAHCC members. To nominate someone who demonstrated commitment and leadership to the advancement of our organization, the Hispanic community, and our city, please send us you nomination via EMAIL 

With more than twenty (20) business and community programs and events honoring Hispanic Heritage Month, we expect our 2021 celebration to be a memorable experience as we celebrate 17 years of recognizing the contributions of those who help make our city the best place to live, work and visit. Please join us!
For sponsorship opportunities please contact us via email or call 615-216-5737

* A NAHCC Foundation program in partnership with NAHCC Corporate and Community partners.
NAHCC's Hispanic Heritage Month Corporate and Community Partners in 2020


Questions? Please email us at or call 615-216-5737
About the Nashville Area Hispanic Chamber of Commerce: The Nashville Area Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (NAHCC) is the oldest, longest running Hispanic business association in Tennessee, promoting the economic growth and development of Hispanic entrepreneurs. With a membership of more than 300 businesses, the NAHCC represents their interests in Nashville and surrounding areas connecting entrepreneurs and micro-enterprises, facilitating strategic alliances, networking and sharing of business and financial best practices. The NAHCC is one of the first Hispanic chambers in the nation to receive the CTI Minority Chamber Certification Designation issued by the University of Notre Dame and co-signed by the USHCC, USBC, USPAACC. The CTI Certification highlights the achievements made by the chamber. The NAHCC is a recipient of the "Chamber of the Year Award" presented by the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. For more information, please visit
Nashville Area Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
530 Third Avenue So. Ste 5 Nashville, TN 37210 Tel. 615-216-5737