Thank you everyone. It's an honor to be with you. I want to thank you for shining a light on the contributions and the struggles of Latino-owned businesses. U.S. Latino market is a pillar of the U.S. economy, measuring $2.6 trillion in a recent study, which would rank it as the eighth largest economy in the world. Latino businesses are an important part of that story, and the heart and soul of so many Main Streets across the country, and I know how hard it's been the last two years. It isn't easy to hang a closed sign on a dream, or a family legacy that you poured your heart into -- heart into building. For too many Latino entrepreneurs and employees have lived that heartbreaking reality of putting up that closed sign. When I took office back in January, I promised that help would be on the way, and today, help is here. The American Rescue Plan is already helping get Americans vaccinated, and putting money directly into Americans' pockets. It's a big part of the law that's helping small businesses keep their doors open as well. There's a big chunk that just does that -- provides emergency support to rehire employees you've had to let go in tough times, and to purchase supplies and equipment that you need to operate safely. The law includes a small-business opportunity fund to infuse capital into neighborhoods that have been historically underserved by the federal government -- and substantial grants -- and I said, that's grants, not loans. Grants. For mom-and-pop restaurants. Food trucks. Food stands, and other hard-hit establishments. We're also deploying community navigators to help connect small businesses with the relief programs, so that folks without lawyers or bankers or consultants or accountants don't get left behind. The law is gonna help a lot of Latino-owned businesses. The U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce helped us fight for this law. Now we're gonna fight for you. We know the Latinos historically have faced discrimination when it comes to securing support for their businesses. But my administration, I promise you, is going to stand with you to invest in Latino-owned b -- businesses and rebuild as a consequence the of backbone of this country. Working families. Middle class. Folks who built this country. We've a lot ahead, a lot of hard work ahead. But together, we're gonna get our economy back on track, and hang an open sign on tens of thousands of Latino-owned small businesses once again. I promise you we can do this. And we will do it, and we will do it together. God bless you all.