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Jaime Flores opened the Tamale Hut Cafe (THC) in North Riverside, Illinois in 2006, and is incorporated in the state of Illinois. Future Tamale Hut Cafe restaurants will be corporate owned, and individual licensing agreements will be developed with business partners to penetrate select markets and locations. Though the current focus is Illinois and the Chicago area, THC is currently looking into a national franchise launch for the future. Tamale Hut Cafe, Inc. is a minority owned business. Flores is a first generation Mexican American born in Chicago.

Jaime FloresPrior to opening the Tamale Hut Cafe, Jaime worked as an executive for 20 years at
Inroads, Inc., a national not-for-profit group (www.inroads.org). He managed five U.S. offices and one international office in Mexico City. At Inroads he successfully recruited, managed, and developed the Board of
Directors, national budget, and supervised directors, managers and staff. His leadership increased U.S. and Mexico sales market
opportunities dramatically.

Tia Emma and Tio TonyJaime was taught to make tamales and other delicious homemade foods by his Uncle Tony (tio) and Aunt Emma (tia) Well-schooled in the art of making homemade tamales and other foods,
THC offers customers a delightful home-cooked family dining experience
for a reasonable price.

Tamale Hut Cafe's mission is to provide customers a delightful dining experience, and pledges the following:

Tamale Hut Cafe will address the needs of manufacturing quality tamales and serving them to customers in a safe, clean, and inviting environment.

Tamale Hut Cafe will produce other Hispanic products for customers introducing them on how these products can be used and enjoyed to enhance their eating experience.


Tamale Hut Caf� - 708-442-0948 - 8300 W. Cermak Road - North Riverside, IL 60546