TULSA, Okla. — The Hispanic Small Business Association held its first ever Hispanic Small Business Expo on Saturday.
Emily Russell, operations manager for the UMA Center and Marta Zapata, the Executive Director of the UMA Center and the HSBA explained they had a bigger turnout than expected.
“We thought maybe we’d be signing up 20 vendors but we have 60,” said Russell and Zapata.
The HSBA wants to keep working to make Tulsa a good environment for anyone who lives there, and this event is one of those efforts, said Russell.
“It’s really important to give space to a community that’s underserved a space where they feel like they can be successful business owners and they feel like their hard work can be highlighted here in the city of Tulsa,” said Russell.
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