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4th Annual Fajita Fiesta & Cook- Off
SEPTEMBER 29 & 30 2017

The Buda Area Chamber of Commerce is proud to present the 4th Annual Fajita Fiesta.

Fajita Fiesta is a free event that offers something for all ages. Fiesta goers will experience the blending of foods, music and cultures. They will also rediscover Texas through sights, sounds and their taste buds! The tantalizing aroma of sizzling fajitas will fill the air of Buda, Texas; attracting people from the Rio Grande to north of the Mason Dixon Line.

In Texas, grilling is not just a weekend pass time but a competitive sport. At Fajita Fiesta grill masters and pit masters alike will compete for top dollar cash payouts, trophies, bragging rights, and to find out on that given day who is the best of the best.

If you are interested in being a cook-off contestant or a vendor contact us at (512) 295-9999 or info@budachamber.com. Sponsorship opportunities are now available.

Luncheon Speaker:
Justice Eva Guzman

The Buda Area Chamber of Commerce is honored to have Justice Eva Guzman as our luncheon speaker. Guzman’s presentation topic promises to be both interesting and timely. WHEN DISASTER STRIKES: CHAMBERS & COMMUNITIES

Our luncheon this month will be held on the first floor of Cabela’s 15570 South IH 35 Frontage Road, Buda, Texas.
You can RSVP for the luncheon by calling the chamber office (512) 295-9999

Justice Eva Guzman has served at three levels of the Texas judiciary. She began her judicial service on the 309th District Court in Harris County, after an appointment by then-Governor George W. Bush. Justice Guzman then moved on to serve on the Houston-based Fourteenth Court of Appeals for almost a decade. In 2009, she was appointed to serve on the Supreme Court of Texas by Governor Rick Perry and she was elected to a full term in November 2010, when she became the first Hispanic woman elected to state-wide office in Texas. In March 2016, Justice Guzman won re-nomination and became the highest-ever vote-getter in a Texas Republican primary with 1.27 million votes and was re-elected to the bench in November 2016.