Hispanic Entrepreneur profile: Hector...

Hispanic Entrepreneur profile: Hector Holguin took risks, culti...

There are 11 comments on the El Paso Times story from Dec 26, 2009, titled Hispanic Entrepreneur profile: Hector Holguin took risks, culti.... In it, El Paso Times reports that:

Since he was a child, Hector Holguin has had one foot in the United States and one foot in Mexico.

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Lee

AOL

#1 Dec 27, 2009
What a great mentor, must've been something to have worked for him. Just reading about him and what he accomplished on his own influenced me in the 90's. Now in my first three years as a business owner - when is Hector going to write his management books? He belongs up there with Sam Walton and Jack Welch!
Totally Agree

El Paso, TX

#2 Dec 27, 2009
I worked for him in the 90's and learned more at his company than I did in college! I agree that writing books should be next for him. I'm sort of glad he didn't run for mayor a few years back, but he would have a made a great mayor. He did better focusing in the technology field and remaining one of El Paso's greatest successful leaders.
Mexican DelPaso

United States

#3 Dec 27, 2009
Ole Hectors da man!!
Mexican DelPaso

United States

#4 Dec 27, 2009
O es el hombre, el mas chingon. Mas chingon k todos.

“Pet me or I'll bite you”

Since: Jul 07

Richardson, Texas

#5 Dec 27, 2009
I think it's fantastic that the media will occasionally spotlight a college educated Republican Hispanic with a work ethic.
MTy

AOL

#6 Dec 27, 2009
MJayM wrote:
I think it's fantastic that the media will occasionally spotlight a college educated Republican Hispanic with a work ethic.
You appear to be a hater. I feel sorry for you.

“Pet me or I'll bite you”

Since: Jul 07

Richardson, Texas

#7 Dec 28, 2009
MTy wrote:
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You appear to be a hater. I feel sorry for you.
Because I thought it was great that the media spotlighted something positive in the Hispanic community?

Geez, what do I have to do to pass your Love Test?
Kath

AOL

#8 Dec 28, 2009
When I was growing up in El Paso, our school took us on a site visit of Hector's business. Must've been late 70's. I remember it was so impressive. If you can imagine before the age of the PC, it was pretty incredible as a kid to see computers and designs they were working on close-up. What we got was a glimpse into the future, right there in a small building in Kern Place. The entrepreneurial spirit can thrive anywhere. Long live this great El Pasoan.
JRMaynard3

United States

#9 Dec 29, 2009
MTy wrote:
<quoted text>
You appear to be a hater. I feel sorry for you.
There's that umbrella term again: hater. Another weak adjective strategically utitized by spineless, unintelligent far-left flunkies who cannot debate the issues. How about another? Racist. The comment made by the writer about the article and about Hector was a compliment, you idiot.
Manchild

AOL

#10 Dec 29, 2009
JRMaynard3 wrote:
<quoted text>There's that umbrella term again: hater. Another weak adjective strategically utitized by spineless, unintelligent far-left flunkies who cannot debate the issues. How about another? Racist. The comment made by the writer about the article and about Hector was a compliment, you idiot.
You have the gall to call someone an idiot when you don't make sense.

“Pet me or I'll bite you”

Since: Jul 07

Richardson, Texas

#11 Dec 30, 2009
Manchild wrote:
<quoted text>
You have the gall to call someone an idiot when you don't make sense.
Made perfect sense to me. Perhaps you could be um, uh... mentally deficient? Or is that slow? I forget the politically correct term for idiot.

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