By: Arlene Borenstein
Small business owners in Queens are speaking out saying that for years they’ve struggled financially without knowing how to get help, and now the newly elected president of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce says he’s determined to change that. NY1’s Arlene Borenstein filed the following report.
For some New Yorkers, a morning pick-me-up means bypassing the big name coffee shops and heading into Sagitario Bakery, a mom and pop bakery in Jackson Heights.
“It’s a lot friendlier,” said one customer. “It’s nice to have a smiling face to start your day.”
Sonia Guzman and her husband Alfonso own the cafe near the 7 train on the corner of Roosevelt Avenue. Earlier this week, the new president of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Alfonso Quiroz, paid them a visit.
– See more at: http://queens.ny1.com/content/news/202765/hispanic-chamber-leader-hopes-to-expand-queens-bid-s-reach#sthash.nZLAIWDt.dpuf