Ayesha Curry and her sister-in-law, Sydel Curry, visited Napa this past weekend, enjoying an overnight stay at the Archer Hotel and dinner at Charlie Palmer Steak Napa.
Rumors have been floated around that the wife of Golden State Warriors future Hall of Famer Stephen – who’s also a superstar brand in the respective worlds of food and wine, beauty and all things family and parenting – was possibly scouting a future site for her restaurant venture International Smoke (recently announcing a second locale in Houston); or perhaps there’s a Curry wine label on the horizon; or maybe it was just a “girl’s getaway” to celebrate Sydel’s engagement to Atlanta Hawks guard Damion Lee.
Whatever the case, it’s encouraging to see the ‘first family’ of the Bay Area taking stock in our community.
Whether it’s Steph joining us to play in the PGA Safeway Open, or the rising star entrepreneur Ayesha making a BottleRock appearance and including us in her ever-expanding business portfolio, Napa’s very own version of “Hanging With The Currys” is absolutely 100 percent good for business.
Upcoming Chamber events:
Leads Over Lunch, in collaboration with Cole’s Chop House, will take place on Friday, April 13 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Featured guest member/speaker will be eight-year old Zion Lee of Team Rescue delivering his “Kids For Our Earth” campaign message.
Event capacity is only 50 attendees and very few seats remain. Register today at napachamber.com. NCC Fly-A-Leader 2018 kicks off on Tuesday, May 8.
This long-standing program, in partnership with the County of Napa and the Napa Jet Center includes lunch, an airport facilities tour and a magnificent 45-minute aerial/scenic tour of the Valley in a small plane provided by pilot members of the Jet Center.
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This program is limited to eight guests. Interested parties should please email Lura Compoginis at email@example.com.
Our next Business After Hours is scheduled for Thursday, May 17 from 5:30 p.m. until 7 p.m. at Workmix Café Espresso Bar and Lounge in downtown Napa.
All NCC events continue to sell out, and in many cases surpass capacity, so we strongly encourage everyone to go to napachamber.com to register today.
Check out Small Business Connect:
There’s a new communication tool on the new napachamber.com that I encourage members to check in daily for very important information supplied to you by the Napa Chamber.
We’ve included a daily newsfeed from the Cailfornia Chamber of Commerce (CalChamber), a nonprofit organization who serves as the largest business advocate and HR compliance resource for state employers.
You will see tabs from CalChamber, HR California and the Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives (ACCE), another nonprofit association dedicated to furthering the Chamber profession and the individual professional development of its members.
SBC will also provide free webinars and blogs, with workshop schedules still to come. SBC gives us a unique ability to engage, connect and collaborate with our members on a daily basis, but it all begins with going to napachamber.com to begin the process.
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