Earthquake Engineering Leader Optimum Seismic Joins Salute To Huntington Park Chamber Of Commerce’s Latina Women In Business

Optimum Seismic, Inc. announces their support the Huntington Park Chamber of Commerce’s first “Latina Women in Business Awards and Conference.”

September 16, 2019 / / —

Optimum Seismic, Inc. is an earthquake engineering company working in California. They provide seismic retrofit engineering and construction services for multifamily residential, commercial and industrial buildings and have completed more than 3,000 projects. The company is proud to announce their support for the Huntington Park Chamber of Commerce’s first “Latina Women in Business Awards and Conference.”

The event will take place on Wednesday, Sept. 18 at 11:30 a.m. at the Bicycle Hotel and Casino, 888 Bicycle Casino Dr, Bell Gardens. After a luncheon, the conference will feature special guests of the political, media and entertainment, plus a panelist of Latina Women in Business who will share their stories of experiences and triumphs.

Ali Sahabi, chief operating officer of Optimum Seismic, Inc. and an expert in earthquake resilience and sustainability, is particularly invested in the good work that the Greater Huntington Park Area Chamber of Commerce is doing. “Optimum Seismic, Inc. is very proud to have its seismic engineering and metal fabrication facilities located in Huntington Park [and] we are very proud of the positive relationship we have enjoyed with this community for many years.”

“The commitment that Ali Sahabi, chief operating officer of Optimum Seismic, Inc., has shown towards advancing Latino businesses in Huntington Park for more than 25 years has been truly impressive,” says Jessica Maes-Zepeda, owner and director of public relations for El Aviso Magazine. “His efforts to join in recognizing the contributions of professional women in the business world should also be commended.”

Leticia Martinez, The Chamber’s first Latina executive director and CEO, said, “We at the Greater Huntington Park Area Chamber of Commerce believe in the important role women play in our local economy. We appreciate the strong support Optimum Seismic, Inc. has provided to our Huntington Park community by hiring many local area residents.”

The Greater Huntington Park Area Chamber of Commerce is primarily focused on dealing with matters related to the business and commercial life of the community. It works with the city government, helping to maintain the economic health and prosperity of the local business community. Over the last 110 years, the Chamber has worked to create positive working relationships and partnerships while promoting economic growth and community development.

For more information about Optimum Seismic, Inc., please contact Ali Sahabi on (833) 978-7664, or email Info@OptimumSeismic.com. Please address any postal queries to 2417 East 57th St. Vernon, CA 90058 and check out their website https://www.optimumseismic.com/ for any further information you need.

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Name: Ali Sahabi
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Organization: Optimum Seismic, Inc.
Address: 2417 East 57th St. Vernon, CA 90058
Phone: (833) 978-7664,
Website: https://www.optimumseismic.com/

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