I applaud the effort of a new local task force — called Rebuild Napa —which was formed to lend a helping hand to those forced to rebuild their homes/lives following the October fires.
The group was started by Cherie Lubash, Todd Lubash, Mike Adams and Jenny Gass.
They felt it was their calling to assist a community in need following the tragic events – a community they’ve all called home their entire lives.
Their goal is to offer trustworthy, vetted lists of local businesses and services to help those needing to rebuild, hopefully reducing the fraudulent and unfair practice/price gouging by out-of-town contractors and businesses preying on vulnerable situations.
The heartfelt gesture of Rebuild Napa is a free service – to both residents faced with the daunting tasks to rebuild, and businesses and vendors wanting to join the vetted list of local products, goods and services being made available.
The Rebuild Napa mission states:
“We are locals working to serve and protect our community. As a team we are committed to integrity, fair competition, and contributing to our local economy. We will vet and connect licensed, — preferably local — service providers who promise reliable, ethical and quality service to members of our community.”
Rebuild Napa will be hosting a free expo at the Napa Fairgrounds (Chardonnay Hall) on Saturday, March 24 from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. with about 15 licensed and vetted businesses (as of March 16) eager to begin working with local residents in need of assistance.
For more information, email email@example.com or call 707-307-3866.
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Napa Chamber bi-monthly programs Leads Over Lunch and Business After Hours have become very popular events for our staff, members, board of directors, membership engagement team, ambassadors and prospects to gather and engage, connect and collaborate.
The best way to guarantee entry to these very popular events is to go to napachamber.com and register in advance.
Thank you to partners Ryan Stetins and Matt Stamp, and the staff at the new Compline Wine Bar, Restaurant and Merchant, the most recent host of Business After Hours.
The atmosphere was among the best I’ve experienced. If you haven’t tried Compline for lunch or dinner, it’s an absolute triple-threat must.
Great food, great wine and great service! For details, visit Complinewine.com.
NCC membership engagement team:
A big ‘thank you’ to the following NCC members and ambassadors who make up the 2018 Napa Chamber membership engagement team:
Linda Bausch (NV Marketplace), Elizabeth Blair (Blair Law), Tim Brady (CEGroup), Brenda Burke (Jamison Animal Rescue Ranch), Stephanie Cash (Workmix); Jason Cohn (Comcast Business), Maureen Eckert (NV Adult Education), Marcel Goldberg (Best Version Media), Tine Laviolette (Mechanics Bank), Julissa Marcencia (Wine Down Media), Waunice Orchid (Wine Symposium) and Dylan Williams (NV Adult Education).
This newly established group is the brainchild of Director of Operations Philippa Perry to assist us in our continued efforts to improve our membership communication efforts. Thank you.
Thank you for engaging, connecting and collaborating with the Napa Chamber of Commerce. To join or renew today, please go to napachamber.com.
Travis Stanley is the president and CEO of the Napa Chamber of Commerce. Call 226-7455 or visit napachamber.com.