Empower Solano to honor 5 corporations, owners – The Vacaville Reporter

Empower Solano will host a ceremony honoring little corporations that effectively pivoted and kept serving the neighborhood safely throughout the pandemic.

5 corporations will be highlighted at the affair and their owners will obtain certificates or recognition from the offices of Congressman John Garamendi, California State Sen. Bill Dodd and California Assemblymember Lori D. Wilson.

The director of the California Workplace of Compact Small business Advocates, Tara Lynn Gray, will be keynote speaker. Tim Murrill, executive director of the Solano-Napa Compact Small business Improvement Center, will also speak.

The occasion will take location at ten a.m. Wednesday at the Solano-Napa Compact Small business Improvement Center, 500 Chadbourne Road, Fairfield.

The public is invited and small business owners, entrepreneurs or anybody attempting to start off a small business are encouraged to attend. Admission is absolutely free. Refreshments will be served.

“We want to spend tribute to little corporations that have completed an exceptional job maintaining their doors open and serving the public throughout unprecedented situations more than the final 3 years,” mentioned K. Patrice Williams, Empower Solano’s executive director and Fairfield city councilmember, in a press statement. “The occasion will also be a excellent chance for anybody in small business or seeking to start off a small business to network and get some important insights on sources offered to them in the county and at the state level.”

Corporations becoming honored are Journey Coffee of Fairfield and Vacaville and the company’s owners Morne and Nicole Van Staden Bay Hauling of Vallejo and its owner Juan Vallejos Two60 Kitchen and Bar of Fairfield and owner Molly Tau Marina Lounge of Suisun City and owner Elease Cheek and Tomorrow Property Supportive Living, situated in Fairfield and owned by Duke and Gabrielle Phillippe-Auguste.

The occasion marks National Compact Small business Month, which is held every single year in Could to commemorate the contributions little corporations bring to their communities.

Registration necessary. RSVP by Sunday at https://empowersolano.org/celebratesmallbusiness.

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