2011 Chapter President
Houston Asian Junior Chamber
Jaycees Press Conference
Welcome friends and media, thank you for coming out to the Signature Manner for the Jaycees Press Conference. My name is Tony Yip and I’m the 2011 Houston Asian Jaycees President.
Houston Asian Jaycees (HAJCC) was founded in 1986 to help Asian Professional between the ages of 18 and 41 to develop personal and leadership skills. There are 4 areas our organization focus in: Community Service, International Connection, Individual Development, and Business Development. More information about our organization can be found at: http://www.hajcc.org/.
We are currently working with the Texas Jaycees to host the 61st Annual Five Outstanding Young Texans Convention & Awards Gala located at Hyatt Place Hotel, 16730 Creek Bend Drive, Sugar Land, TX 77478. The conference is 3 days from Friday – Sunday, August 5th – 7th, 2011. The conference will offer networking opportunities, training and leadership development. Jaycees members from all over Texas will be attending the conference. The award ceremony will be on Saturday, August 6, 2011, 7:00 pm located at Kim Son Restaurant, 12750 Southwest Freeway, Stafford, TX. The ceremony is to announce the recipient for the Five Outstanding Young Texans. Qualification is between the age of 18 to 40 based on leadership, career, and community involvement. The 5 individuals will than compete to be the Ten Outstanding Young American. The Chairman of the FOYT convention and award gala is Faisal Arif Siddiqui. Visit http://www.texasjaycees.com/about-foyt--registration.html for more information.
In order for HAJCC to host a successful conference, we will need your support. We are reaching out to the community for sponsorship (raffle prize, ad sponsors and table sponsors). Visit http://www.texasjaycees.com/sponsor-foyt.html for detail about our sponsorship information.
You can contact Tony Yip, HAJCC Chapter President at 832-878-0505 or email email@example.com for more information about Houston Asian Jaycees or FOYT Conference.
In regards to Houston Asian Jaycee Foundation, the organization is a 501(C)(3) non profit organization which supports educational, charitable, scholarly, leadership development, natural disaster relief, elderly projects, Go Green, and community service-minded mission and vision of the Houston Asian Junior Chamber. In order to provide develope opportunities to create a positive change and make a global impact.
Furthermore, I would like to announce Houston Asian Jaycee Foundation and Houston Asian Jaycees will be collaborating to host TR100 Festival on September 24 to 25, 2011 at the Stafford Center located at 10505 Cash Rd, Stafford, TX. Foundation President, Joanne Cheng will provide you more information about the event.