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The Orlando Magic creates an environment in which our employees, community partners and fans feel welcome, valued and appreciated. We are focused on developing opportunities that will positively impact all segments of our community.

The Magic Hosts African American Chamber Business After Hours

On February 22nd the Orlando Magic hosted a Business After Hours Event for the African American Chamber of Commerce in celebration of Black History Month. Over 200 people consisting of Chamber members and Orlando Magic leadership attended the event. Attendees enjoyed networking opportunities and mingle all while enjoying one of Amway’s premiere hospitality rooms, Fairwinds Tower. The goal of Orlando Magic is to continue to strengthen community and political endeavors to further enhance the image of the team within the multicultural community. The Orlando Magic holds a strong relationship as a member and partner of the African American Chamber of Commerce and will continue to give support to such programs that promote diversity.

Asian American Chamber takes “Business” to Amway Center

On January 27th, the Orlando Magic hosted the Asian-American Business Chamber After Hours. This annual event, hosted at Amway Center’s Jernigan’s Restaurant, attracted almost 200 guests who enjoyed gourmet dishes, cocktails, and an opportunity to socialize with Magic Community Ambassadors Nick Anderson and Bo Outlaw. Newly-elected Asian-American Chamber President Kathy Llamas presented Magic President Alex Martins with a framed Rabbit Symbol on behalf of the Chamber. The night concluded with installment of the 2011 officers and Board of Directors and a champagne toast to a year of growth and enhancement.
To see photos from the event, click on the photo tab.

Celebramos Hispanic Heritage!

On Wednesday, October 20, 2011 the Community Relations Department will be hosted the Hispanic Chamber Business After Hours during a pre-game reception for more than 200 Hispanic Community Leaders. In 2010, the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metro Orlando presented the Magic with the 2010 Champions of the Hispanic Community Award for the organization’s commitment to promoting economic development throughout the Central Florida Hispanic community.

Supplier Diversity Program

In an effort to provide opportunity for full participation in our free enterprise system by all persons, irrespective of ethnicity, race, gender or background the Orlando Magic has implemented a supplier diversity program. Since the program began in March 2010, the Magic has spent over $800,000 with women and minority owned businesses in Central Florida.

To inquire about how to do business with the magic please e-mail with a capabilities document describing the nature of your business, contact information along with a copy of your certification for our files. We accept certifications from Orange County, City of Orlando, State of Florida, Florida Minority Supplier Diversity Council (FMSDC) and WEBENC.

The types of products or organizations we have partnered with in the past include: consulting services, IT and technical equipment, website production companies, promotional items, gifts, audio/video production, printing, design and creative, cleaning services.

To contact the Community Relations Department please email us at
To view the Orlando Magic's 2009-10 Annual Community Report, click here.