PASCO – Attorney General Rob McKenna invites the Latino community to attend a free town hall meeting on Friday, Feb. 22, in Pasco to learn more about the office’s work in identity theft, car sales, notarios and other consumer protection issues.
The meeting will be conducted in Spanish and English, with real-time interpreting. Special guests include representatives from Mexican Consulate’s office in Seattle who will discuss their outreach efforts.
Members of the community are invited to ask questions and share their concerns regarding fraud.
WHAT: Attorney General’s Latino Consumer Town Hall Meeting
- Attorney General Rob McKenna
- Edison Valerio, President of Tri-Cities Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
- Roberto Juárez Garza and Antonio Ramírez Subiría, Mexican Consul office in Seattle
- Antonio Valera, Latino outreach coordinator for the Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Division
WHEN: Friday, February 22, 2008
3 – 5 p.m.
WHERE: Columbia Basin College
2600 North 20th Avenue
HUB (lower level Student Union Building) in the H building.
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Antonio Valero, Communications Specialist, (509) 734-7143 (bilingual)
Kristin Alexander, Media Relations Manager - Seattle, (206) 464-6432