Travis Stanley is the president and CEO of the Napa Chamber of Commerce. Call 226-7455 or visit NapaChamber.com.
One of the highlights of my three-year stint as President/CEO of the Napa Chamber, has been the opportunity to get to know — and develop a friendship with — Mike DiSimoni, Sr., a highly respected, but very low-key local developer.
Thanks to the longtime efforts of Napa County resident Johnny Miller, all eyes of the professional golf world will be focused on Silverado Resort and Spa beginning Thursday morning at 7:20, the official first tee time at the 2017 PGA Safeway Open.
While thousands of individuals, families and communities continue to deal with the reality left behind by Hurricane Harvey, I remain overcome with feelings of despair and helplessness as the reports, videos and pictures of one of the most catastrophic natural disasters events remain vividly …
Congratulations to Napa Chamber members Comcast and Aegis Living, our randomly selected winners of VIP tickets to see Big Bad Voodoo Daddy at the Wine Train “Rock the Rails” Concert Series.
Wikipedia describes urban planning as “a technical and political process concerned with 1) the welfare of people, 2) control of the use of land, 3) design of the urban environment including transportation and communication networks and 4) protection and enhancement of the natural environment.
A significant member event took place last week and reaffirmed the new mantra and mission of the Napa Chamber of Commerce that has our organization trending in the right direction.
I’m not certain of the early operation methods of the Napa Chamber of Commerce, which was established in 1887. But I think it’s safe to say that without a foundation similar to the 20 NCC Hall of Fame business members I’m about to mention, this organization may not exist today.
The Napa Chamber of Commerce and its Board of Directors unanimously voted to prioritize a renewed focus of the organization’s advocacy outreach efforts with the formation of the Government Affairs and Policies Committee (GAP).
The Napa Chamber of Commerce is fortunate to have a core group of members – new and renewed – as we continue to evolve during our almost three-year organizational transition – or transformation as many refer to it.
I attended a great event last weekend at the St. Regis San Francisco as a guest of hotel General Manager Toni Knorr and longtime friend and Director of Sales and Marketing Lilian Wagner.
The number of first responder organizations that helped during the October wildfires in Napa and Sonoma counties. That includes fire, police, medical, emergency and many other responders.
There’s a valiant effort being spearheaded by a local Chamber member to provide one Christmas gift each for the 940 veterans currently residing at the Veterans Home of California at, Yountville.
Three members of the Napa Chamber of Commerce are making national news and headlines, while also elevating the profile and stakes of the fine dining food scene in downtown Napa.
Prolific Prep founders Jeremy Russotti and Philippe Doherty, along with partner David Goodrich and Head Coach Billy Knight, have put together a 2017 team that is better than last season’s squad that featured McDonald’s All- American and current highly touted Kansas University freshman, Josh …
Congratulations to Owner/Executive Chef Ken Frank and his team at LaToque. He’s good enough to earn a Michelin Star but still can’t crack the San Francisco Chronicle Top 100 ... go figure.
I can’t say enough about everyone working behind the scenes of the upcoming PGA/Safeway Open event at Silverado Resort and Spa. This will be a spectacular event you won’t want to miss.
Right in the middle of a huge project at my home, Napa Chamber of Commerce President’s Circle member Pacific Gas & Electric kicked off a campaign to “Call 811 before digging.”
My wife and I established residency here in Napa in 2004, so it’s easy for me to look back before the presence of organizations and events like Visit Napa Valley, Napa Valley Film Festival, BottleRock, Safeway Open, Festival Napa Valley (formerly Festival del Sole), Truffle Festival, Uptown …
The Napa Chamber of Commerce recently participated in one of the most collaborative events of my tenure as president/CEO. We were invited by local retired Lt. Col. Bill Chadwick to co-sponsor a welcome reception for Medal of Honor recipient Florent Groberg.
Today’s guest columnist, Tempe Reichardt, CEO of Gabriel-Glas, is a perfect example of engaging, connecting and collaborating with the Napa Chamber of Commerce. A proud, participating NCC member since June 2015, Reichardt’s Napa-based company has made great strides growing the business in a …
I received an invitation from Barbara Nemko, superintendent at Napa County Office of Education, to participate in the Napa Valley Unified School District “Principal for the Day” program.
I recently attended my first CANVAS (Concierge Alliance of Napa Valley and Sonoma) Awards dinner after an invitation from Executive Director/co-founder Colby Smith.
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