Since its founding, The Hispanic Heritage Center of Texas has received unprecedented recognition for producing historical exhibits, educational and community events. We have consistently been recognized as an authority for research and development and a clearinghouse for dissemination of newly found historical information by local and state organizations. The Center has gained the respect and support of many business partners including Valero, SAM’s Club, Westin La Cantera Hill Country Golf Resort, Silver Eagle Distributing and UPS to name a few.
Today, we hope you consider joining us in our efforts to preserve the history of our great state by serving as a corporate sponsor of our organization. Corporate sponsors and contributors are listed in the scheduled events programs, news releases and on the hhctx.org website.
The Hispanic Heritage Center of Texas offers several corporate sponsorship opportunities.
Higher level sponsorships are available and they include prominent ad space and recognition at our event, golf brochure and website.The Tournament also features a hole-in-one contest that offers an opportunity to win $10,000!!! Additionally there will be a drawing for fabulous prizes that will be available to golfers and others for a small fee.
Carved from the walls of a limestone quarry at the edge of the Texas Hill Country, The Resort Course at La Cantera features dramatic rocky scenery, swiftly running streams, and magnificent live oak trees. In a course full of satisfying golf challenges and visual treats, the most spectacular may be the sheer, 80-foot drop from the seventh tee to the fairway. Designed by noted course architects Tom Weiskopf and Jay Morrish, The Resort Course opened in 1995 and soon after became the annual home of the PGA’s Valero Texas Open. Players of all skill levels can enjoy this 18-hole, par 72 course, which accommodates many thanks to five sets of tees on each hole.
The Hispanic Heritage Center of Texas advocates for Hispanic legacy by collecting, cultivating and sharing the ancestral stories of Tejanos, the first pioneers of Tejas, in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries. Founded in 2008 to tell the complete stories of these unsung heroes, the Center strives to be the steward of Tejano history, a responsible voice for Tejanos and their descendants, committed always to authentic historical education and outreach.
The Center works with like-minded organizations around the country interested in creating enriching materials and environments that will benefit everyone, especially those of Hispanic heritage, in order to provide the public with compelling learning opportunities about Tejanos and their contributions to Texas.
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