Las Vegas residents are invited to the 2013 League of United Latin American Citizens National Convention and Exposition, an experience for southern Nevada residents and national participants taking place in Las Vegas this summer.
The 84th Annual National Convention & Expo takes place at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas from June 17-22. This is free and open to the public.
The convention will include seminars focusing on key issues facing Latinos and a three-day family-friendly expo showcasing products and services of major corporations, organizations, and government agencies, as well as a Career Fair, Health Fair, College Fair, Youth Conference, Young Adult Conference and Federal Training Institute program.
As the premier Hispanic convention, the LULAC National Convention draws over 20,000 participants each year including the top leaders from government, business, and the Hispanic community.
The LULAC Convention is an exciting, history-making convention, because it convenes the national delegates of LULAC to discuss issues, set policies, and elect the organization’s national leaders. For this reason, the LULAC Convention makes news and is covered by national and local media.
The LULAC Convention is also well attended by major corporations who recognize the importance of reaching out to national Hispanic leaders and influential community members directly. There are opportunities to sponsor workshops and events, to showcase products and recruit Hispanic professionals in the convention exhibit hall. In addition, all proceeds support the dedicated work of LULAC to improve the quality of life for Hispanic Americans.