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APRIL 2018

“A Hospitality Networking Organization"

WNA PRESENTS ANNUAL BRAVO AWARDS The Women’s Networking Alliance held its 10th Annual Bravo Awards on February, 2018. The awards recognize members who represent the qualities that the Women’s Networking Alliance fosters, promotes and encourages. The event was held at the Three Flames Restaurant in San Jose. Award recipients were selected by their peers in four categories at the chapter level. Leadership, Excellence, Inspiration and member of the Year. There are also two national awards: President of the Year and Member of the Year.



(NACE Silicon Valley Chapter Hall of Fame Inductee Virginia Santa Ines & Membership Chair Kevin Combs) (Courtesy of San Jose Marriott)

Virginia Santa Ines, better known as Gigi, was inducted into the “Hall of Fame” for the Silicon Valley Chapter of the National Association for Catering & Events (NACE) on March 21, 2018. As senior catering sales executive for the San Jose Marriott, Santa Ines has dedicated her career to exceeding guest expectations in the hospitality industry

Far left, Founder Debbie Quintana, Chapter 113’s Jessica-Glese of Abundant Haven Traditional Chinese Medicine and, WNA President Carla Bohnett (SVCA OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER)

“Making someone happy is the ultimate reward,” says Santa Ines. Her commitment to service excellence, enthusiasm and natural “joie de vivre” has endeared her to guests, hotel associates and colleagues within the catering industry. For 15 years, Santa Ines has actively participated in the Silicon Valley Chapter of NACE. She served as President in 2013 and 2102 and Vice President in 2011 and 2010. Santa Ines won the “Member of the Year” Award in both 2015 and 2016 and was honored with the “Spirit of NACE” Award in 2018. She even helped plan this year’s Best of the Industry Awards Dinner, where she was appointed to the chapter’s “Hall of Fame.”


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Supporting HR’s Code of Conduct. Social Skills, Respectful Communication and Professional Workplace Manners

8 Essential Business Skills; For Everyone From the Top Floor to Basement Level Whether you work behind-the-scenes or front and center, possessing basic business skills is essential. Why? Opportunities and professional image. When you lack skills or confidence, you may be overlooked for a promotion or career advancement conferences or training. Or, you may not have the confidence to seek or accept career opportunities. That is why possessing even the basic skills and becoming comfortable with them is key for career growth. 1. 2. 3. 4.

Know how to introduce yourself with confidence: State your first and last name, clearly and with a smile. Master the handshake: This includes maintaining eye contact during the handshake. Let your posture show your enthusiasm: In other words, stand up straight. Focus on the person with whom you are speaking: It is considered very rude to look around or check your phone. 5. Adjust your attitude: If you’re bored or tired, it is better to excuse yourself than to show it. 6. Don’t complain, blame, whine, or lecture: This will only make people avoid you and decrease your chances for leadership positions. 7. Stand out with courtesy: Always use these phrases, “Thank you.” “Please.” “You’re welcome.” 8. Be mindful of what your attire says: Lack of effort on how you present yourself, can be construed as a reflection of your work. By mastering and implementing these simple and time-honored skills, you can be a “leader” in the position you are in right now. If you believe people, coworkers, or management don’t notice, or maybe your attitude is “This is who I am,” challenge your belief by changing your attitude and trying out some of the above skills to see if there is a difference. Not only for your self-confidence but how others perceive and treat you.

_________________ For over fifteen years, Rosalinda Randall has been helping businesses and individuals fine-tune their professional presence, improve communication style and refresh their social skills. By supporting HR policies and company culture, her presentations help build a more respectful and enjoyable environment with less conflict and less drama. Website: Book: “Don’t Burp in the Boardroom” Twitter: @rosalindatweets Office: 650.871.6200 Email: ©2018 Rosalinda Oropeza Randall


THINGS TO DO Campbell – dine-in Theaters open soon!

“We call it stealth mode because the servers will all be dressed in black,” Brandon said. “We’re even training them to speak quietly because we want to be spot on when we open.” Chef Jaime Arteaga, one of about 100 employees hired by the cinemas, plans to offer a diverse menu that includes flatbreads, panini sandwiches, fried pickles, crispy chickpeas and salads. The kitchen is connected to the theaters in Pizza My Heart’s former spot.

By Judy Peterson

The former Boswell’s bar is now the Cedar Room, which offers a full bar, including 22 beers on tap.

The phrase “dinner and a movie” will soon take on new meaning when the Pruneyard Shopping Center’s seven movie houses reopen as dine-in luxury movie theaters.

“We’ll focus on California beBar patrons can order food from the kitchen, watch sports on two flat screen TVs, play pool and listen to live music come this summer.

The former Camera 7 Cinemas in Campbell drew the curtain last April.

The Cedar Room’s walls are covered in wood, much of it reclaimed from Boswell’s, Johnson said.

But a new movieplex, the Pruneyard Cinemas, has risen in its place and could open as“The best case would be a March 28 opening, knock on wood,” co-owner Jack NyBlom said. “But that would be just for movies.”

The multiplex has two large theaters that seat more than 100 and five smaller ones that seat 60 or fewer. Brandon thinks the smaller theaters will be popular birthday party or corporate event spacesers and wines,” Cedar Room Manager Drew Johnson said. “We’ll also have a bright cocktail menu, with tropical- inspired ‘tiki’ drinks and classic cocktails with a twist.”

Nyblom plans to mark the occasion by showing Steven Spielberg’s “Ready Player One” and the PG-13-rated “Isle of Dogs.” Construction workers were busy late last week installing lobby carpeting and adding other finishing touches. “We can see the finish line,” Cinema and Event Director Mary Brandon said. “We’re excited to offer people food service at their seats. You’ll be given a menu when you come in and then a server will come to your seat to take your order. It will be delivered before the movie starts.”

New in Los Gatos: The Palms restaurant takes over Palacio space

Another button activates the reclining seats that come with foot rests. Little tray tables with big cup holders swing in front of the seats for easy dining. early as next week. Servers will be trained to take and deliver orders in stealth mode, Brandon said, so movie-goers aren’t disturbed.

The Palms restaurant is housed in a graceful 1891 Queen Anne Victorian on Santa Cruz Avenue, Los Gatos

By Linda Zavoral Photograph courtesy of Drew Johnson. The newly-refurbished and re-named Pruneyard Cinemas are set to re-open soon as dine-in movie theaters, with reclining seats that have foot rests.


The stately building on Santa Cruz Avenue is now home to The Palms, a new restaurant with a Pacific Rim focus. For several years, an upscale Mexican place, Palacio, had taken up residence in this circa 1891 building. Before that it was the Michelin-starred Trevese and before that, one of California’s popular Chart House restaurants. At The Palms, starters on chef Andres Chevez’s inaugural menu will include fresh oysters, spicy calamari, ahi or salmon poke bowls and chicken yakitori, plus salads and lobster bisque as the house soup. For entrees, fresh fish and locally sourced vegetables will be given the Pac Rim treatment. Chilean pan-seared sea bass, for example, will be served in a miso-ginger broth with stir-fried vegetables and udon noodles. Meat eaters will find a Wagyu bavette cut (or New York, filet or rib eye steak) with glazed rainbow baby carrots, as well as a Kobe beef burger. In keeping with the theme, signature cocktails will include On the Rum, an Island Mule and a number called “Forget Mary Ann; where’s Ginger?” On the beer list are Kona Longboard lager, Ballast Point Sculpin and the Lost Coast Great White ale. Details: Dinner will be served from 5 to 9 p.m. Monday through Thursday, until 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday and until 8 p.m. Sunday at 115 N. Santa Cruz Ave. Details, reservations:

The first restaurant from the Southern California duo of Ellen Chen and Mario Del Pero (they’re NorCal expats) went into the Pruneyard in Campbell in December. Since that opening, Mendo Farms has unveiled a new artisan sandwich — old-school pastrami smoked over hickory, topped with celery root slaw, bread-and-butter pickles and house-made mustard on toasted rye bread. It’s available at both locations. The couple had been on a pastrami crusade for five years, since tasting the real McCoy on a New York food tour and finding out that most pastrami in this country isn’t smoked at all but rather injected with smoke-flavored chemicals. Next up in the Mendo Farms expansion plan is a San Mateo restaurant in the Park Place at Bay Meadows center, which is scheduled to open in March, followed by San Francisco and Sacramento locations. The Santana Row location will be open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily, the same hours as at the Pruneyard.

All-meatball restaurant opens in San Jose By Linda Zavoral Two years after bringing the East Coast-born meatball craze to the South Bay, the locally owned House of Meatball has expanded to San Jose’s Cambrian neighborhood.

San Jose’s new sandwich market: Mendocino Farms    

That gives the group three in the area: The first is on Morgan Hill, and the second in San Jose’s Evergreen area. Despite the singularity of the House of Meatball name, there are many, many choices here.

By Linda Zavoral Mendocino Farms, a creator of seasonal and healthy sandwiches and salads, will open its second Bay Area location.

The Build Your Own part of the menu allows you to customize your protein (lamb, pasture-raised beef, freerange chicken, pork or veggie) and your sauce (eight, from classic red marinara to arugula pesto to lemon dill.) Feel you need to supplement this meat-o-rama with leafy veggies? The menu offers garden greens, salads. VALLEY ACCESS ELECTRONIC MAGAZINE/6

Upstage Theater The Hunchback of Notre Dame Friday, May 11 at 7:30 pm Saturday, May 12 at 2 and 7:30 pm Sunday, May 13 at 7:30 pm

Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts Ticket Office: 650-903-6000 | Contact: Shonda Ranson 650-903-6551 |

MAY 2018 EVENTS Western Ballet Ballet Fantastique Friday, May 4 at 7 pm Saturday, May 5 at 7 pm Western Ballet’s annual mixed repertoire program features neoclassical masterpieces by Venezuela’s world-renowned choreographer Vicente Nebrada as well as exciting works by Alexi Zubiria. Join us for an intriguing evening of ballet presenting Nebrada’s critically-acclaimed works, including La Luna, as well as new premieres by Western Ballet’s own Zubiria. This performance is approximately 2 hours long with one 15 minute intermission. It is appropriate for ages 12 and above. Western Ballet Western Ballet’s Beauty & the Beast Saturday, May 5 at 1 pm Sunday, May 6 at 1 pm Join Western Ballet for a tale as old as time – presenting Beauty & the Beast, a full–length ballet. Journey with Belle, the Beast and all the rest of your favorite characters in this rendition of the classic and beloved fairy tale. The performance is 2 hours long and will be performed with one intermission. This show will delight audiences of all ages.

In this musical experience, Quasimodo, the deformed bell-ringer, is held captive in Notre Dame by archdeacon Dom Claude Frollo. As Quasimodo, Frollo and Captain Phoebus vie for the attention of the beautiful gypsy, Esmeralda, Frollo embarks on a mission to destroy the gypsies and Quasimodo must save them all. This performance is approximately 2 and 1/2 hours long with one 15 minute intermission and is suitable for ages 5 and up due to subject matter. Naatak Improv Masala Saturday, May 19 at 6 pm Improv is live theater where the plot, characters and dialogues are created spontaneously on stage. Each improv show differs from the other. It's kind of like fireworks, once it's gone, nobody will ever see anything like it again! This show is performed in 'Hinglish' with a desi tadka. This performance is 75 minutes long with no intermission and is appropriate for ages 12 and up due to subject matter and mature language. Pittsburgh International Folk Arts Institute Tamburitzans in Concert - Passages – the Journey of our Ancestors Sunday, May 21 at 8 pm Enjoy the spectacular performance of the world renowned Tamburitzans of Pittsburgh at the MVCPA. In their 81st season with their show entitled “Passages – the Journey of our Ancestors,” the Tamburitzans take you through the celebration of the world cultures brought to our country through immigration. This season's show includes songs and dances from Croatia, Serbia, Hungary, Bulgaria, Romania, Greece, Austria, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain and Eastern European Roma Culture. The performance is 2 hours long with one 15 minute intermission and is appropriate for all ages. Smuin Contemporary American Ballet Dance Series 02 Thursday, May 24 at 8 pm Friday, May 25 at 8 pm Saturday, May 26 at 2 and 8 pm Sunday, May 27 at 2 pm

Golden Gate International Artists Tangos De Concierto: Tango Music for the Concert Hall Sunday, May 6 at 7 pm

Smuin’s Dance Series 02 features the return of Helen Pickett’s “stirring and gorgeously dispatched” Oasis, featuring a lush original score by House of Cards composer Jeff Beal (San Francisco Chronicle); Choreographer in Residence Amy Seiwert’s visually stunning Falling Up; and an exciting world premiere from local dance maker Val Caniparoli.

Virtuosic Argentinian Pianist, Pablo Estigarribia, will tango his way into your hearts. The program highlights Pablo’s original tango music with brief narratives. The bandoneon, emblem of tango music, is featured in the opening performance by local guest artists. Enjoy this alluring night of passion and elegance with a skillful blend of tango colors with classical notes and jazz flavor. This performance is 90 minutes long with no intermission. It is appropriate for ages 5 and up. No one under 5 will be admitted into the auditorium regardless of ticket purchase. VALLEY ACCESS ELECTRONIC MAGAZINE/7

CIVIL WAR BATTLES & ENCAMPMENT May 26, 27 & 28 Join us Memorial weekend for the 36th Civil War Battles and Encampment reenactment at Roaring Camp. Reflect on this pivotal period in our nation’s history as members of the American Civil War Association assemble to reenact famous battles. Experience the sights and sounds of cavalry charges, musket fire and artillery shells in one of the longest-running historic reenactments in the West. Ride a 100-year-old iron horse through an ancient redwood forest and witness skirmishes as the steam train ascends Bear Mountain. Glimpse a soldier’s daily life as he cooks meals over a campfire, cleans his musket, and prepares for the day’s activities. Spectators may visit encampments of Union and Confederate Soldiers, inspect regiments as they march in review, and observe surgeries performed at field hospitals. Roaring Camp’s steam trains depart each day at 11 a.m., 12:30, 2:00 and 3:30 p.m. and pass through the battlefield on the way to Bear Mountain. Beach trains depart from Roaring Camp for Santa Cruz at 10:15 am and 2:15 pm. Beach train departs from Santa Cruz for Roaring Camp at 12:15 pm. A chuck wagon barbecue is served from noon to 3 p.m.

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Admission to the Civil War event is $5 per person and parking is $10 per car. Guests purchasing a train ticket receive a $2 discount by showing admission ticket. Steam train excursions are $29 adult and $23 child (2-12 years). For tickets and information, call (831) 335-4484 or visit


How Do You Use Our SVCA Networking Group? Our SVCA is a valuable resource for every business in Silicon Valley’s hospitality industry. We’re dedicated to the education and advancement of our members, so we sponsor hospitality program scholarships and we host educational programs and informal membership mixers. Most of us use the SVCA as a powerful networking group. What does this mean? And how should we participate?


Some background: Our members are professionals actively involved with every aspect of Silicon Valley’s hospitality industry. This includes hotels, conventions, tourist attractions, restaurants, and related services like caterers, event planners, florists, photographers, and entertainers. Each member brings valuable talents, strengths, and perspectives. We associate to enhance our own positions and to help our colleagues improve theirs. Over time, colleagues become friends interested in mutually beneficial relationships.

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We meet in a featured Silicon Valley facility at least once a month, and at our mixers we grow our professional relationships. This means touring the featured facility and adding it to our list of preferred venues. This means greeting long-time colleagues and meeting new friends. This means talking about what’s new and interesting, discussing best practices, and helping solve problems. This means introducing new friends to colleagues they ought to know. This means talking with colleagues about what we need from each other to help us work together more effectively.

Preparing to attend our next mixer, we make sure to bring a good supply of our business cards. We remind a few of our favorite colleagues to be sure to join the fun. And we prepare a few good conversation topics for chatting with specific colleagues who are sure to be there. Between mixers, we read through our monthly Valley Access Magazine (You’re reading it now), to stay up to date with the latest and greatest developments in Silicon Valley’s hospitality industry. Of course we continually stay in touch with our colleagues, as we’ll always have new opportunities to work together. (For now, read more about our association on Robbie Schlosser, SVCA Board - Director of Administration

Date: Saturday, May 5, 2018 Time: 10am-3pm Where: Guglielmo Winery, the Event Center (under the tent) Vendors: Artists, Jewelry, Crafts, Clothing, & so much more Open to the Public Free Admission

Yummy Food available for purchase Wine, Champagne, & SANGRIA available for purchase by the Glass This is the Perfect time to do some early Mother’s Day Shopping!!!

Join us for Bottle your own Red Wine #60 on Saturday, May 5th from 10am to 3pm

Bottle Your Own Red Wine #60 Experience the fun of putting wine in your own bottle, labeling it, then taking it home to enjoy or give as a gift! Bring your own clean bottles or purchase them new from us for $1.00 each. Then, fill those bottles with a delicious red blend for only $6.00 per bottle! Pre-ordering options are available if you can’t make it to the event. Call the tasting room for more details!


California’s Great America and Levi’s Stadium. See attached PDF for details and registration information and/or register at.


SATURDAY EVENING IN LOS GATOS This past weekend a friend and I spent a Saturday evening in Los Gatos. Our original plan was to eat at the Catamount Restaurant. However, after a brief stop there, we moved on. Here is my story: We entered Catamount and were not greeted by anyone. We made our way to the bar. The bartender seemed nice enough to begin with and quickly got our drinks for us. The restaurant itself is done beautifully, and the piped in music was very cool, old-timey 20s music. I thought I was going to love this place.

Take the Mystery out of Networking Wed, April 25 | Santa Clara Convention Center Do you know all there is to know about Networking? Looking for some useful tips and tricks to make your next networking event a success? Join the Silicon Valley Business Journal as we show you how to unlock the mystery out of Networking!

REGISTER NOW……. 4:30 pm- 5:30 pm Join Robert Robledo, Director of Audience Development & Events for the Silicon Valley Business Journal for this special workshop on networking, Robert will share strategies, quick tips and action items to keep your sales pipeline full and get more out of your networking to bolster your bottom line.*** Then right after the seminar put your skills to the test at the Silicon Valley Chamber XPO at the Santa Clara Convention Center.

Come to find out there was no hostess on duty on a Saturday night, management was attempting to help, but without someone at the Hostess desk, they miss a lot of traffic. My companion looked around the bar and asked the bartender about a pinkish concoction a couple were drinking down the bar. The bartender replied that it was just something he mixed up. End of discussion. We observed for about 30 minutes as we slowly drank our drinks, and noticed that regulars at this place are treated very well, but if you are new, you won’t get much attention. We ordered a starter named Beignets. Now, we are very familiar with the doughnut type of beignets and were interested to see how you can make one savory instead of sweet. What the brought us was a warm Beignet with cold cheese, prosciutto, and some greens. Ultimately we found the warm mixed with fresh from the fridge cold didn’t work. We exchanged glances and called for the bill. This restaurant, for us, was a no go. We moved on down the street and arrived at the Lexington House. Completely different experience. The bartender was warm and jovial. I went for my usual, a Belvedere martini, up, very dry. He explained they don’t carry the kinds of brands people might be used to but was able to give me a taste of vodka that I might enjoy as much. He was right. Its name was Charbray Vodka and it was great. The cost was 12.00 for a martini. For my entrée I ordered the Carnaroli Risotto – with Maitake mushrooms, Leeks, Madeira Crème Fraiche – list price 24.00. It was delicious and I highly recommend it if you in a risotto kind of mood. We wound up staying longer and drinking more than we intended, and will be back for more another time.



Explore the redwood forest!

(By Jessica Yadegaran – There’s no theme at San Jose’s The Club at SJC, which is currently leading a USA Today 10Best poll for top airport service/amenity in the country — except maybe to make you feel like a VIP. Located between Terminals A and B, the 7,400-square foot lounge is split into two clean, quiet rooms outfitted with mid-century modern chairs in neutral and warm tones, pendant lights and wood and stone accents. There’s seating for 162 people, so you can spread out.

Have an exhilarating adventure while exploring the redwood forest! Select your level of challenge on three aerial trails and over 30 elements, including swinging logs, cargo nets, and cables set 30 to 80 feet in the air! Multiple self-guided options combine solo and partner balance elements, focusing on challenge, fun, and group interaction. Mount Hermon's highly trained staff offer instruction and monitor your progress through the course. Each two hour session gives you access to the entire aerial adventure course of 30 elements plus two zip lines and the quick jump.


For $40 ($34 with AAA;, you can spend the whole day here, feasting on all-you-caneat turkey and brie sandwiches made by Santa Clara’s Handheld Catering, gourmet flavored popcorn, beer, wine and liquor. Yes, there’s an unlimited full bar. Prefer to get some work done? Don’t miss the PC workstations with printers, charging stations and reading materials, including newspapers and magazines. There’s even a shower with towels and bath and body products, if you want to refresh before your connecting flight. BE AWARE: PASSENGERS MAY ONLY ENTER CLUBS AFTER SECURITY – Passengers whose airline counters only open two hours before flight, are not allowed to enter unless you have a BOARDING PASS already. FYI - SJC – no longer offers: No small plastic bags for personal items No Paging Machine No Pay Telephones No FedEx – before Security NO USO

Zip line through the redwoods! Our two hour guided eco-adventure includes six zip lines and two sky bridges at heights of up to 150 feet. Each tour of up to 8 people is led by 2 certified guides who share ecological knowledge and bring the forest to life. As the first zip line tour in the redwoods, the Redwood Canopy Tour has inspired and delighted over 100,000 guests since 2008. Come see the redwoods from the unique perspective only a zip line tour can offer!





9.27.18 Visit your BEST friends @ “Cinnabar Hills Golf Club” Join us for a fun filled gathering just like having friends in your backyard…… Come join us as a member, sponsor or vendor! If interested in participation contact:

Will be collecting Silent Auction Items Vendors - Sponsors Award Nominees Info






Pruneyard Plaza PY Kitchen


tacolicious TOLL HOUSE

SUPPORT OUR PARTICIPATING SVCA SPONSORS (If your logo does not appear please send to:

Alameda Family Funeral &Cremations AreaOwl Inc. Balloonatics Boudin Bakery Buca di Beppo Business Women of Silicon Valley with/Maggianno's Cal Coast Kettle Corn Campbell Chamber of Commerce Canine Companions Cannella Spirits Catered Too! cb photo design studio Celestial Face & Body Painting Christmas in the Park Cinnabar Hills Golf Club Citti's Florist ComedySportz Inc. Cooper-Garrod Estate Vineyards Corinthian Transportation Curry Roots Dali17 Museum Discover Silicon Valley DJMB Entertainment DoubleTree By Hilton Campbell- Pruneyard Plaza & PY Kitchen Dry Creek Grill Eastridge Center Equinox Winery Fairfield Enterprise Fairmont Hotel San Jose Fitz Place Fogo De Chao Fortino Winery Garden Court Hotel Gilroy Welcome Center Graphic All Ways Guglielmo Winery Hammer Theater Handheld Catering Happy Hollow Zoo Hermitage Brewery Hermitage Brewing Company Holiday Inn San Jose Silicon Valley Homewood Suites by Hilton San Jose North Hornblower Cruises & Events Hotel De Anza & La Pastaia Restaurant House Family Vineyards Il Fornaio San Jose J Lohr Winery Kemper Sports Knowhere Holdings Last Call Band LB Steak Left Bank LvL44

Magnolia Jazz Band Maple Tree Inn Mineta San Jose International Airport Mission College Monopoly in the Park Mosaic Global Transportation Moving Green Today Olla Cocina Pier 39 Plaza Suites Prime 109 Steaks Residence Inn & SpringHill Suites SJC Residence Inn/ Marriott San Jose Cupertino Rexford Winery Ritas of Campbell Roaring Camp Railways Roudon Smith Winery Sal’s Airport & Limousine Service San Jose AV Rentals San Jose Downtown Association & Foundation San Jose Marriott Hotel & Arcadia Restaurant San Jose Museum of Art San Jose Theaters Santa Clara Convention & Visitors Bureau Santa Clara Convention Center Santa Clara Valley Brewing Santa Cruz Mountain Wine Growers Association Santa Rosa Metro Chamber of Commerce Sedona Pies See's Candies #SJMARROITT Silicon Valley Business Journal Silicon Valley Capital Club Starbright Theater Strike Brewery Sushi Confidential tacolicious TapSnap1050 Team San Jose Testarossa Winery The Cocoa Exchange The Mountain Winery The Tech Museum of Innovation Tico Coffee Roasters Toll House Hotel Tony’s Caterers Uproar Brewery Visit San Jose (Team San Jose) Visit Santa Cruz Walt Disney Museum What Up! Silicon Valley Winchester Mystery House Women's Networking Alliance Wright Station Vineyard & Winery

VALLEY ACCESS ELECTRONIC MAGAZINE - CONTRIBUTORS EDITOR/PUBLISHER Executive Board Members Mori Mandis, President Christopher Citti, V.P. Communication/Events Chair Robbie Schlosser, Director of Administration Marianna Khienkina, Director of Finance Michael Mulhern, Director of Sponsorship

Members of the Board Robert Robledo, Liaison SV Business Journal Nathan Emmett, Attractions Chair

Mori Mandis

CONTRIBUTORS TO VALLEY ACCESS E-MAGAZINE Visit Santa Clara Stacee Novelli, Santana Row Concierge Mountain View Center of Performing Arts Silicon Valley Business Journal Roaring Camp Joanne Hirasaki, Rosalina Randall SVCA Web-site

Lillian Scoyen, Educational/Seminar Chair Victor Solanoy, Technology Chair Phillip Jaw, Hotel Liaison Karen Hennessy, Welcome Committee Carla Bohnett SVCA Photographer Jana Levic Fall Festival 2017-Events jana@balloonaticsevents Marketing Outreach Coordinator

Film and Photography The organizers may film and photograph the event. These materials will be used online and offline to promote Silicon Valley Concierge Association and to advertise future events. By attending the event you agree to appear in such films and photographs.


SVCA Membership SVCA Student $25.00 SVCA Member $50.00 Business Sponsorship $150.00 Platinum $500.00 Diamond $1,000.00 Info & Membership: SVCA - Membership P.O. Box 2545 Saratoga, CA 95070-0545 Michael Mulhern (membership@siliconvall Membership includes One complementary beverage and raffle coupon for each member and one guest upon check-in at applicable events.


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