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Raíces: A Conversation With Roberto Venegas Of Bliones

Roberto Venegas, seated in center front, holding a jersey during a visit to The Howard School in 2021.
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Roberto Venegas, seated in center front, holding a jersey during a visit to The Howard School in 2021.

Roberto Venegas is the CEO of Bliones, a marketing firm that serves entrepreneurs in the Latino community here in Chattanooga.

I spoke with him recently during Hispanic Heritage Month, for our series of conversations in collaboration with La Paz Chattanooga: a series of conversations we call “Raíces” - or “Roots” in Spanish.
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Our thanks to Lily Sanchez at La Paz Chattanooga for bringing us together for these conversations.

We’ll bring you our next conversation next week here on “Scenic Roots.”

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