"I Can Do All Things Through Christ, Who Strengthens Me." Philippians 4:13
EVENT CONSULTANT & COORDINATOR
- The Philadelphia Phillies
- The Philadelphia Soul Football Team
- The SUNOCO Welcome America Independence Day Festival @ The Art Museum
- The Philadelphia 76er's
- The Philadelphia Convention Center-
- The Sugar House Casino
- The Hyatt Hotel
- The Doubletree Hotel
- Power 99FM / La Mega 1310AM / EL ZOL Radio Station
- FOX29 / Univision65 & NBC10 / 6ABC
- NOTE: We Have Planned Over 10,000+ Events
Hector Serrano was born and raised in Philadelphia. He graduated from Franklin Learning Center High School as the first Latino Senior Class President and received a scholarship to Indiana University of Pennsylvania. He majored in International Business & Communications. He has established a plan of action, followed it and has accomplished many successes.
Hector Serrano was born in Philadelphia. He's always had very close ties to the Latino community, city of Philadelphia and his passion for the arts & culture led him to EVENT PLANNING... In January 1996, he founded Grupo Fuego Dance Company, the oldest and largest Latin dance company in Philadelphia designed to educate, entertain and PLAN MAGNUM EVENTS in Philadelphia, New Jersey & Delaware.
Hector Serrano is the youngest Entertainment Producer & Consultant to produce major events for thousands of people for organizations such as The Philadelphia Phillies, The Philadelphia Soul Football Team, The SUNOCO Welcome America Independence Day Festival @ The Art Museum, The Philadelphia 76er's, The Philadelphia Convention Center, The Sugar House Casino, The Hyatt Hotel, The Doubletree Hotel and several venues throughout the Greater Philadelphia Region.
Hector Serrano has received the Governor's Advisory on Latino Affairs Award, The Mayor's Liberty Bell Award, The Seven Metals Award In New York, The Most Influential Latino Award, Sankofa Educator Of The Year Award, The Council of Spanish Speaking Organization Community Service Leadership Award, Small Minority Business Award, The United States Congress Latino Heritage Award and The Philadelphia Hispanic Choice Award (4 Consecutive Years).