Arvizu Advertising located in Phoenix, AZ was founded in 1991 by Ray Arvizu with a mindset of helping bridge the gap between businesses and the Hispanic community. Being a former Chairmain of the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Arvizu has been at the heart of the Hispanic growth in the U.S. over the many years. With experience that is second to none Arvizu Advertising has been a consistent leader in multicultural advertising, communications, and events. Our in-depth expertise has allowed us to build a diverse portfolio of local, regional, and national partners in the multicultural market. Our involvement in helping businesses in the areas of retail, consumer goods and services, health care, public affairs, entertainment, telecommunications, and QSR with a mentality of Total Client commitment has helped us understand all aspects of the multicultural market.

Our passion is not only continued learning about the multicultural market but also being an advocate for the community with every chance we get. Whether sitting on boards, raising funds, donating supplies, or donating funds Arvizu members give back!

Below is a list of Community boards that a member of the Arvizu family has served:

  • Valley of the Sun United Way
  • Greater Phoenix Leadership
  • Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
  • U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
  • Boy & Girls Club Metropolitan Phoenix
  • Friendly House
  • South Mountain Community College Advisory Board
  • Board of trustees Grand Canyon University
  • Grand Canyon University Scholarship Foundation
  • Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce.
  • Phoenix Boys and Girls Club.
  • Phoenix Black Chamber of Commerce
  • Valley of the Sun United Way
  • City of Phoenix Bond Committee

Arvizu Advertising has sponsored many community based charity events annually that helps aid in fundraising for organizations throughout the year. As a family Arvizu has developed Ninos Seguro’s campaign and grassroots events that has disseminated countless amounts of health information to the Hispanic community as well as given over 50,000 free backpacks to underprivileged children. Arvizu family has also given over $500,000 in college scholarships to Hispanic students and have given over $100,000 to youth sports in the valley.