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Farewell Fiesta honors Carrillo

 

Detroit: Enrique Carrillo, one of the commissioners for Michigan’s Commission on Spanish-speaking Affairs, has accepted a position as group vice president at Virginia-based Chevy Chase Bank,  commencing June 5.

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Carrillo had been vice president of public affairs at Comerica Bank and chairman of the Hispanic Business Expo, which is scheduled for September 6-7, 2006, at the Renaissance Center in Detroit. He was also famous for his annual Pachanga Cubana at his home in Bloomfield Hills.

 

In his new position, Carrillo will create a Latino business initiative for the bank, similar to the one he so ably headed for Comerica.

    

Carrillo had been Chairman of the Hispanic Business Expo & Economic Summit, an event organized by the HBA, since 2004. Under his direction, the event grew in popularity to become Michigan’s largest Latino business expo—from 100 in attendance in 2003 to nearly 1,000 in 2005.

    

Carrillo’s good friend Omar Hernández hosted a farewell bash at Armando’s Restaurant on May 30.

 

 

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