Hispanic Heritage Month: Small Business Highlights

Reilly Wilber
September 15, 2021

“No community values entrepreneurship and small business more than the Hispanic community.” – Marco Rubio

Today marks the start of Hispanic Heritage Month.

Hispanic Heritage Month began in 1968 as a single week of remembrance, honoring the contributions of the Latinx community amidst the tail-end of the civil rights movement. Its official declaration as a 31-day observation began in 1988. 

To kick off this month of commemoration for the Hispanic community, we decided to highlight four local Indiana Hispanic-owned businesses.

Glocal Cleaning LLC

Glocal Cleaning LLC provides professional commercial cleaning and general labor services to the Indianapolis area. In partnership with Migros Aid, Inc., they offer mentorship to young people within refugee and immigrant communities.

For a free quote, or to learn more about the people and the mission, see their website.

Gustitos Boricuas LLC

Gustitos Boricuas LLC is a food truck based out of Anderson that sells all homemade, authentic Puerto Rican food. They are a family-owned business dedicated to providing Anderson residents with a wide range of options, from bulk orders to catering and private event services. 

Check out their Facebook page for regular updates and information.

Innovation Concrete Construction LLC

Innovation Concrete Construction LLC offers over 20 years of combined experience to fulfill their customers’ dream projects in the Roanoke area. They provide both commercial and residential work from concrete services, to landscaping, demolition services, and snow removal. 

Browse through their project portfolio on their Facebook page.

Tortillas Del Rio Grande

Tortillas Del Rio Grande is a small wholesale bakery that offers fresh and warm corn tortillas primarily to grocery stores and restaurants in Marion and surrounding areas. They also take customer orders for events and Quinceañeras. 

For fun content and regular updates, follow their Facebook page.