Local Hispanic businesses are getting some national attention from the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce which is in Las Vegas to hear the concerns of business owners.
Each new week brings more businesses that can't stay afloat and the U.S. Hispanic Chamber wants to stop this trend, before it gets worse.
Like many other businesses, Daniel Arroyo's handyman business has had to downsize drastically to stay open.
"I have a lot of friends who are handymen, or with cleaning services, offices and carpets, before they were having three or four guys to do the work, now it's only one, like me, by myself," said Daniel Arroyo, Arroyo's Handyman.
He started his handyman business eight years ago. At one point, he had four fully-staffed trucks. Now, he has one truck and it also serves as his office.
"Before I got about 10 to 20 calls, now it's only one.