Stockton/San Joaquin Mexican American Chamber
of Commerce "30 Years of Service, Resolve and
1972, the Mexican-American Chamber of Commerce has been a beacon
of leadership, strength and determination of the Hispanic Community in
San Joaquin County and beyond. As one of the oldest continuously active
Hispanic Organizations in the Central Valley, the Chamber has
distinguished itself over the years, with much accomplishments and
progress in many fronts.
Economic & Business Development
Over the years, the MACC has been the leader in providing technical
assistance to start up and expanding the Hispanic Business in San
Joaquin County, And we have reached to the overall community, providing
leadership in such high impact public bodies as the City of Stockton
Citizens Economic Development Advisory Committee, which initiated many
successful county projects.
Corporate and Government Involvement with the
The Chamber pioneered linkages of the corporate sector with the local
Hispanic Business sector and the Hispanic Community at large. Bringing
together Hispanic vendors, professionals, and potential employees, with
progressive corporations, including many which continue their strong
association with the MACC, up to this day. MACC has been privileged to
have worked with the City Government, to outreach and develop Hispanic
and minority business; and with the State of California, providing
technical assistance to Hispanic entrepreneurs. These linkages continue
to strengthen and grow.
Hispanic Chamber and Enterprise Development
throughout California and the Nation!
The Stockton MACC is also a pioneer Hispanic Business organization in
California and across the Nation. As one of the first Hispanic Chambers
in the country, the MACC has been an example, and a mentor to groups
throughout the State and beyond. We are proud to have helped the
development of the National and State network of Hispanic Chambers, and
of local Chambers, including Modesto, Merced, Fresno, Bakersfield, San
Jose and many others.
Hispanic Community Cultural Development!
For years, and to this day, the MACC has been at the forefront of the
celebration and recognition of our Hispanic Community Cultural Heritage.
From the celebration of the "Cinco de Mayo" to the "Diez
y sies de Septiembre", we have been through all these years,
leading, supporting, and working, to promote our values and culture as