One of the nation’s largest Hispanic groups has honored the Postal Service for its efforts to do business with supply firms owned by Hispanic Americans.
The U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce inducted the Postal Service and several other top organizations into its Million Dollar Club at a ceremony in Houston Sept. 22.
The club is comprised of corporations that do business with companies owned by women and minorities.
“We applaud our 2015 Million Dollar Club honorees as champions in supplier diversity,” said chamber President Javier Palomarez. “[They’ve] demonstrated an unwavering commitment to diversity and inclusion by reflecting the faces of their customers, employees and shareholders in their respective supply chains.”
Other organizations recognized include Ford Motor Co., Avis Budget Group Inc. and Sprint Corp.
The chamber advocates on behalf of almost 3.2 million Hispanic-owned businesses.