2015-05-15 19.35.24Hurst, Texas, May 26, 2015:  Dr. Michael Delgado was so impressed with Cameron Kostopoulos, CEO of Dionysian Productions and winner of the Hurst-Euless-Bedford school district and Chamber’s Young Entrepreneurs Academy, he approached him to film and produce a video for his own business. Dr. Delgado experienced Kostopoulos’s winning presentation first-hand as a member of the YEA Investor’s Panel of judges this past month.

Kostopoulos, a sophomore at L.D. Bell High School in Hurst, responded immediately and met with Dr. Delgado and his team. “It was exciting to get an offer so soon and I knew it was something I could do for them,” said the young entrepreneur. He accepted and scheduled Dionysian Productions to cover the Delgado Orthodontics Patient Appreciation Party in April and produce on-site patient testimonials.

“Cameron’s knowledge and love of film making was evident in his YEA presentation,” said Delgado. “And I appreciated his business plan and proposal to keep video rates affordable so that even small businesses can afford his services. We feel fortunate to have the opportunity to work with such a young talent and to support his up and coming business.” Dr. Delgado is also the Chair for the Steering Committee for the Young Entrepreneurs Academy in the HEB Chamber of Commerce.

Kostopoulos filmed, edited and produced two videos for the Delgado Orthodontics website and social media.  In addition, he will use the finished product for his own Dionysian Productions portfolio. When Cameron is not behind a camera or computer, he is busy performing with the LD Bell Band, studying for his AP exams and recently competed in the regional Young Entrepreneurs Academy competition in Phoenix.

Delgado Orthodontics Patient Appreciation Party Videos, Dionysian Productions:!video/citr

Dr. Michael Delgado is a member of the HEB ISD Education Foundation Board and the HEB Chamber of Commerce. Delgado Orthodontics provides braces and orthodontic treatment for children, teens and adults in the HEB area. Young Entrepreneurs Academy is a year-long program and combined effort with the HEB Chamber and ISD that teaches junior high and high school students how to start and run their own REAL businesses. Dionysian Productions is a video production company specializing in preproduction, filming, and postproduction.

CONTACTS: Angela Wood, Marketing, Delgado Orthodontics, 817-913-4470

Cameron Kostopoulos,  CEO, Dionysian Productions, 817 991-4981

Dr. Michael Delgado, DDS, MS, Delgado Orthodontics, 817-282-1821

Wes Harrison recognized as the April Member of the Month by the HEB Chamber of Commerce

Golf Committee Chair Wes Harrison with Chairman of the Board Michael Land.

Golf Committee Chair Wes Harrison with Chairman of the Board Michael Land.

During our monthly Chamber Luncheons, we like to recognize chamber members who have gone above-and-beyond their responsibilities to contribute their time and effort during Chamber events.

Last month, the Chamber’s annual Golf Classic at the Texas Star Golf Course was a great success. Everyone who participated had a wonderful time, but the event could not have happened without the hard work of our Golf Committee, led by Committee Chair Wes Harrison of Allen Samuels Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram Hyundai.

We are proud to honor Wes Harrison as our April Member of the Month.

GENERAL ELECTION | Every vote counts | Saturday, May 9 from 7a to 7p

The General Election will take place on Saturday, May 9 from 7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. at the following locations.

Vote ButtonBedford residents may vote for City Council Places 1 and 2, and Mayor. Voting will take place at:
Pat May Center
1849 Central Drive, Bedford, 76022
Click here for more information about voting in Bedford.

Euless residents may vote for City Council Places 5 and 6.
Voting will take place at:
Euless Public Library
201 Ector Drive, Euless, 76039
Click here for more information about voting in Euless.

Hurst residents may vote for City Council Places 1, 2, and 6.
Voting will take place at:
Hurst Public Library
901 Precinct Line Road, Hurst, 76053
Click here for more information about voting in Hurst.

HEB residents may vote for HEB Independent School District Board of Trustee Places 1, 6, and 7. Voting will take place at the above locations.

Click here for more information about voting for HEB ISD Board of Trustee Places.


Bedford, TX—The Leadership HEB Class of 2015 will soon graduate during the HEB Chamber Monthly Luncheon on Thursday, May 14, beginning at 11:30 a.m. at First United Methodist Church of Hurst. Garry Hamilton, a former chairman of the HEB Chamber of Commerce, will address the graduates during a speech about “The Importance of Leadership in a Community.” This will be the 29th graduating class of Leadership HEB.

Leadership HEB 2015Leadership HEB began in 1985 with the mission of providing a community leadership education program and promoting involvement in our cities, school district, civic, and charitable organizations. Leadership HEB is a program of the HEB Chamber of Commerce and has graduated many civic and community leaders.

Leadership HEB is a proactive way to learn about the greater HEB area and Tarrant County. Through monthly sessions, participants explore issues affecting the communities now and into future, as well as learn how leadership skills affect the overall success of a community. Upon successful program completion, participants are publicly recognized with a graduation ceremony.

“This year’s Leadership HEB participants have gained unparalleled experiences, networking, and knowledge. Graduates from this program will undoubtedly benefit both professionally and personally. I encourage anyone who is interested in increasing their leadership skills and knowledge of our community to consider participating in future Leadership HEB classes,” stated HEB Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Mary Frazior, CCE, IOM.

Leadership HEB is pleased to recognize the 2014-2015 class participants:

• Brandon Bell, YMCA of Metropolitan Fort Worth, Airport Area Branch

• Chanc Bennett, Euless Fire Department

• Blanca Collins, Liberty Mutual Insurance

• Kara Crane, City of Hurst

• Elaine Dillard, Shaw Insurance Agency

• Jennifer Fisher, Cook Children’s Northeast Hospital

• Natalie Foster, City of Bedford

• Linda Goelzer, Carter BloodCare

• Jack Harred, Tarrant County College, Northeast Campus

• Joe Herrington, HEB ISD

• Jeri Harwell, Republic Services

• Thomas Hoover, City of Bedford

• Mark Lucas-Kelly, Lucas Funeral Home

• Kameryn L’Ecuyer

• Ashley Moore, Bell Helicopter

• Bonnie Sorrells, Texas Health HEB

• Mary Stokic, HEB ISD

• Randy West, DDS, James B. Wright, DDS, Inc.

Be a part of Hurst Euless Bedford’s future. Contact the HEB Chamber of Commerce at

817-283-1521 or for additional information, including applications.

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