Hobbs Hispano Chamber of Commerce

Our Mission – To maximize, promote, and encourage the development, growth, and expansion of small and minority-owned businesses throughout Hobbs and Lea County.

Hobbs Hispano Chamber of Commerce

Our History

The Hobbs Hispano Chamber of Commerce was founded in December of 2004 by a group of local business community leaders who felt there was a need to form an organization dedicated to the Hispanic community.

Our vision of uniting small, women and minority-owned businesses and professionals through the Hobbs Hispano Chamber of Commerce; as a place to advocate, promote, and network.  Allowing business leaders, owners, and professionals to further enhance their skills and knowledge for operating a successful small business.  To represent the entire community locally and regionally and lend a voice to the Hispanic community.

Our Goals



Provide the resources by which small business owners and professionals can be recognized for their contributions and commitment to the development and economic growth of Hobbs.



Advance awareness about small business and the goods and services they provide to the local community.



Provide the small business owners and entrepreneurs with opportunities to enhance their products and services.



Promote opportunities and information on community affairs and how to become engaged in our local community.



Serve as an advocate for promoting our rich Hispanic culture and traditions within the community, while enhancing its quality of life.



Hispanic Marketing: as the Hispanic population grows, your company should further engage and market to this growing demographic. The HHCC offers a platform to connect to the Hispanic community.



Recognize outstanding Hispanic leaders, businesses, citizens and youth for their positive influence on our community.


Minority-Owned Benefits

Offer procurement, financing, and networking opportunities for minority-owned businesses.



Market Hobbs as a visitor destination with its rich, diverse culture, and great quality of life.

Our Staff

Jessica Olivas

Executive Director

Joann Martinez

Representative of Member Relations

Executive Board of Directors

Susana Arvizu

Board President

Armando Ornelas- State Farm

Rachael Moon

Board-Vice President


Laura Davis

Board Secretary

United Realty, LLC

Sergio Polanco

Board Treasurer

Our Board of Directors

George Aranda

Board Member

City of Lovington

Danielle Hernandez

Board Member

My Power

Adrian Carrasco

Board Member

Brown’s Shoe Fit Co.

Kim Ortega

Board Member

Edward Jones Investment

Lilliana Aranda

Board Member

Got Safety?, LLC

Jose Roacho

Board Member

Maria Bonita Grill