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Puerto Rican Chamber of Commerce of South Florida

"South Florida & Puerto Rico, two markets that work for you!"

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Puerto Rican Heritage Celebration

Saturday, August 14th at 06:10 pm


Puerto Rican Chamber Grand Opening

Wednesday, May 25th at 10:00 am

''Any time you have an opportunity to make a difference in this world and you don't, then you are wasting your time on Earth.''
-Roberto Clemente

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Join us for our Puerto Rican Heritage Celebration at LoanDepot Park on Saturday, August 14 2021 at 6:10PM


Recent Events

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L-R: Hon. Commissioner Keon Hardemon, Miami Dade County District 3; Carmelo Pacheco, title recipient; Pamela Ndah, title recipient; Christine King, MLK Foundation; Luis DeRosa, Puerto Rican Chamber

On June 18, 2021 the Martin Luther King Economic Development Corporation (MLKEDC) joined by Miami Dade County District 3 Commissioner Keon Hardemon in awarding recipients of the Wheels to Work program the titles to their cars after the successful completion of the program's requirements. The Wheels to Work program was first funded by Miami-Dade County Commissioner Keon Hardemon when he was the District 5 City of Miami Commissioner as part of an anti-poverty initiative. The program assists low-income persons with obtaining a vehicle for school and job preparedness. Participants must complete training workshops and community service over a period of 36 months to receive full ownership of the cars. Ms. Christine King, President and CEO of MLKEDC, explained that lack of credit history or poor credit can make vehicle ownership an otherwise unattainable goal for most low income families. According to Luis DeRosa, Puerto Rican Chamber the Wheels to Work program has assisted many Hispanic and Puerto Rican families realize of their dream of a car ownership. 

Groundbreaking  Ceremony

Former Miami-Dade County Mayor Congressman Carlos Jimenez; Miami Dade County State Attorney Katherine Fernandez-Rundle; Miami Dade County Commissioner Audrey Edmonson; Maribel Camacho, Art Instructor, Roberto Clemente Park ; Luis DeRosa, Pres. Puerto Rican Chamber; Debbie Ponce, Broward County Puerto Rican Chamber representative; City of Miami Mayor Francis Suarez
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Thank you to all who came out for our groundbreaking and everyone who has supported our chamber!

On September 15, 2020 history was made for Puerto Ricans in the Wynwood community of Miami. The groundbreaking ceremony for the Puerto Rican Chamber of Commerce facility (Puerto Rican Community Center) was held on the first day of Hispanic Heritage month. According to Luis DeRosa, President, Puerto Rican Chamber, it has taken 10 years from the conception of this project to groundbreaking. 


The speakers representing Government were:  Hon. Carlos Gimenez, Mayor of Miami Dade County; Hon. Francis Suarez, Mayor of the City of Miami;  and Hon. Audrey Edmonson, Chairwomen of the Miami Dade County Board of Commissioners.  Commissioner Edmonson has been the prime sponsor and mover in County government for the creation of the Puerto Rican Community Center and helped push the project forward. We are forever grateful for her contribution. Also speaking was Moishe Mana,  the prime private sector participant whose contribution to the Puerto Rican Community Center made the project possible. We are grateful as well for his commitment to the project. Miami Dade State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle spoke about the importance of collaboration among community groups and David Efron, Esq.. Honorary Israeli Consulate to Puerto Rico mentioned the support from Puerto Rico and Israel for the project.


Representing the Puerto Rican Chamber was Hector Rivera, Esq. Chairman of the Board who spoke at the groundbreaking ceremony on behalf of the membership.  Paul Velez, President of Borinquen Medical Centers and Eva Perez, Borinquen Chairwomen,  spoke about the many contribution the “Boricua” community has made to Miami starting with its first Mayor of Hispanic heritage, fellow Puerto Rican Former Mayor Maurice Ferre . Also attending were Puerto Rican Chamber board members Victor Gutierrez, Esq.; Rosie Hernandez, & Juan Bracete, Esq. . The groundbreaking was attended by local community leaders and residents of the Wynwood community among whom were Maria Rodriquez, President , Puerto Rican Leadership Council; Rafi Gonzalez, President, PROFESA, Manuel Mejia, President, PROOF, Maribel Camacho, Arts Instructor, Roberto Clemente Park, and Maruxa Cardenas, La Mesa Boricua.