What do these super achievers have in common?
All are women, and all own or manage shops in First Street Napa.
One has been in real estate for 36 years and leads a team that sells an average of 300 Napa homes a year. Four others pour excellent, award-winning Napa wines, and another serves over 2,000 Japanese and Asian style meals a week. One can get you in the best shape of your life, even after all that wine and food. Ten can outfit Napa women and children for just about any occasion, including fully accessorizing with shoes, handbags, and jewelry. Two have anything you need for a unique gift, and one has houseplants for every room in your home. Another has the best food your dog (or cat) will ever eat. And still, another welcomes over 130,000 visitors a year to the Napa Valley.
What do these super achievers have in common? All are women, and all own or manage shops in First Street Napa.
If you haven’t been to First Street Napa lately, you may not know that the place is quickly filling up with new tenants, including ten new women-owned businesses opening in just the past couple of months. Some are veterans in their field, others are newcomers to retail, and all are passionate, savvy, and ready to provide the very best in their area of expertise.
As Pictured: Kris Ruffino, Tay & Grace; Elena Brewington, C’est La Paire; Susan Melendez, The Bennington Napa Valley; Mikayla Norwick, Copperfield’s; Allison Hallum, Eiko’s and Napa Noodles; Jo Van Meensel, Macbella; Chelsea Cortese, I-Elle; Adriana Vargas, Visit Napa Valley; Anne Nanej, State and First; Ramona Gulbransen, State & First; Lulu Hartunian, Napastäk; Alexis Macias, Honey Whiskey; Zoe Hankins, Mayacamas Downtown; Jennifer Nagano, Cupcake; Alyssa Piombo, Riza Plants; Becky Anderson, Miyamo; Haley Shackford, Habituate; Emma Jeffries, Kalifornia Jeans Bar; Madison Manasse, Kalifornia Jean Bar; Chandler Manasse, Milo & Friends; Amanda Luippold, State & First