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Six to be honored at 2014 AZ Hispanic Chamber Business Awards

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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The Man and Woman of the year will be among those honored at the Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce 56th annual Black and White Ball and Business awards in Scottsdale on May 3. 

Both Paul Luna and Annette Musa have been selected by AZHCC as the 2014 Man and Woman of the Year, according to a release from AZHCC.  They will be honored along with four other top business and community leaders at the ceremony.

"Paul Luna and Annette Musa, like all of our award recipients, have contributed enormously to the health of our economy and the progress of Arizona," said AZHCC President/CEO Gonzalo A. de la Melena, Jr. in a recent release.  "These are people with a stake in the future of Arizona's success, which they've exemplified through their work and community service." 

The following are the list of honorees:

-Advocacy Award, U.S. Congressman Ed Pastor, Pastor

-Legacy Award, Bill Post, retired Chairman of the Board and CEO of Pinnacle West Corporation

-Woman of the Year, Annette Musa, Arizona Market President for Comerica Bank

-Man of the Year, Paul Luna, President/CEO, Helios Education Foundation

-Entrepreneur of the Year, Clarence McAllister

-Corporation of the Year Award, CopperPoint Mutual Insurance Company

The theme for this year's gala is Noche de Garibaldi, a tribute to the history and influence of Mariachi music in Mexico and the U.S.

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