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MAY 2018

“A Hospitality Networking Organization"


Dear Hospitality Industry Partner: The Silicon Valley Concierge Association is pleased to announce that our 2018 Signature Event: The SVCA Hospitality Awards & Industry Celebration will be held at Cinnabar Hills Golf Club on Thursday, September 27, 2018. “Come celebrate the best in our industry, network with old friends while making new ones and help us look to the future as we present scholarships to the next generation of hospitality professionals.” This Signature SVCA event offers a unique opportunity for your company to gain recognition as an Event Sponsor and/or to provide in kind donations or gift certificates for the Silent Auction. The auction proceeds support scholarships to students and programs in Santa Clara County that promote professional Hospitality, Tourism and Event Planning. All donations are 100% tax deductible. (The SVCA is a 501c3 non-profit. Tax ID: 77-0455469) All Sponsors and Donors will receive recognition at the Awards Event; including being listed in the event program. Formal recognition will be centrally placed in the October “Valley Access Electronic Magazine” which is distributed to 5,000 of your customers and peers. Gift Certificates & Prize Donations may be mailed to: Silicon Valley Concierge Association P.O Box 2545 Saratoga, CA 95070 You may also contact us via e-mail at: to arrange for items to be picked up. To ensure timely acknowledgement in our event program and Valley Access Magazine we respectfully request that all sponsorships and donations be received by September 1, 2018. Since 1995 the Silicon Valley Concierge Association has been recognized as the leading professional non-profit organization dedicated to the education and advancement of its members and industry. The SVCA assists members in enhancing their professional skills through networking and familiarization events, meetings, and electronic newsletter/social media. We believe that “A Hospitality Networking Organization” is beneficial to all of us. The art of creating and maintaining positive relationships is a significant factor in the success of the SVCA and our hospitality partners. We thank you in advance for your consideration in supporting the Silicon Valley Concierge Association and look forward to seeing you at the awards event! Sincerely, Mori Mandis - SVCA President

Come Visit the West Side of Town Come on over to the West Side of the City for a visit and see what Cupertino and Saratoga has to offer in the way of entertainment, gardens, wineries and music…………….!

Heading down the back roads winding around the many vineyards along the way, we reach the beautiful timeless Hakone Gardens.

Check out Flint Center in the heart of De Anza College’s campus. (

A tranquil place of peace and harmony – Hakone Gardens One of the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s premier sites and 100 years old, Hakone is one of the oldest Japanese estate, retreat and gardens in the Western Hemisphere. Hakone has also been on the National Register of Historic Places since 2013. 18 acres of magnificent beauty is nestled in the verdant hills of Saratoga overlooking Silicon Valley. Now onward for wine and entertainment throughout the summertime over-looking the Valley floor. Along with fun and learning center De Anza College Fujitsu Planetarium. This large planetarium offers educatonal astronomy shows & entertaining laser displays. Address: 21250 Stevens Creek Blvd, Cupertino, CA 95014

Today combines the new and the old The Mountain Winery

Check out the many wineries along the backroads such as Ridge Vineyards and Pichetti Winery from Cupertino to Saratoga.

In 1958, a concert bowl was constructed and the now famous Concert Summer Series began. World-class music and breathtaking scenery have consistently proven to be a crowd pleasing combination. Closer to the center of Saratoga is the famous Villa Montalvo

@RidgeVineyards Original Picchetti Brothers Winery building, constructed in 1885 Photograph by Judith Silva, courtesy of the City of Santa Clara Located at 13100 Montebello Rd., south west of Cupertino, California, the Picchetti Winery operates under private lease in a cooperative relationship with the Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District to help preserve the history of winemaking in the region. Winery is open to the public from 11:00am until 5:00pm daily. Call 408-741-1310 or visit the website for more information.

Villa Montalvo - Montalvo Arts Center Villa Montalvo was built in 1912 and was Senator Phelan's favorite home. It became a center for artistic, political, and social life in Northern California. The Montalvo Arts Center has continued to nurture this artistic oasis and provides opportunities for creation and presentation of arts of all types. Come and enjoy what the Valley has to offer……! VALLEY ACCESS ELECTRONIC MAGAINE/2

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? 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. Suggestions when attending an event: •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.

Meet Our New Chamber Executive Director, Ken Johnson

(For now, read more about our association on Robbie Schlosser, SVCA Board - Director of Administration


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I would first like to thank the Chamber Board, Ambassadors and Staff for the very warm welcome I received when I started as the new Executive Director last week. I had heard it said that the Campbell Chamber is the friendliest around and now I can understand why. My email address is Please do not hesitate to contact me, or any member of the Chamber staff, if we can assist you in any way. Twitter: @S_V_Concierge


"Christmas in July" is the annual summer fundraising event for San Jose's iconic "Christmas in the Park" holiday celebration. 2018 is a special celebration; we are celebrating the 25th anniversary of our annual fundraiser! Every summer for 25 years our supporters, sponsors, staff and attendees have come out in July to celebrate and raise funds for Christmas in the Park. The funds we raise are crucial to keeping our holiday celebrations free to the public. Initially this event was hosted by the San Jose Police and Fire departments - the Police served drinks while Fire grilled steaks! Our Board of Directors handled set up and made appetizers, staff and sponsors joined together to celebrate a job well-done. These events always lasted late into the evening with joyous revelers dancing and celebrating. Christmas in July is planned for Saturday July 21st; tables are on sale now at Join us this year and help support this iconic San Jose tradition. Contact Joe Noonan at for information.


At left "Peachy Keen; Bourbon, Creme de Peche, Lemon, Allspice Dram. Shaken & Served on a King Cube," for $13 and at right "65 North; Capurro Pisco, Hibiscus, Lo-Fi Gentian, Pinot Noir, Lemon, Egg White. Shaken & Served Up," for $13 at District San Jose in San Pedro Square in downtown San Jose, Calif., on Thursday, April 12, 2018. (Nhat V.

District in San Jose: A hangout for wine, whiskey lovers By team District, which opened its third location in San Jose’s San Pedro Square last year, has become the new darling draw on the block. Here’s a report from our Cocktail Chronicles columnist, Sal Pizarro: The San Jose version shares the same upscale, cool vibe as the locations in San Francisco and Oakland. If you remember, this is where the Tied House brewery restaurant was a few years back. And other than the brick walls, it couldn’t be more different. Where Tied House was bright, District’s interior is in a perpetual state of twilight. It’s also telling that the two TVs on opposite walls are usually showing sports, and usually nobody’s watching. The young, diverse crowd of downtown denizens fills up the horseshoe-shaped bar during happy hour from 4 to 6 p.m., and if you’re hoping for a table, it’s best to make a reservation. The outdoor patio seating will no doubt be a popular place to hang out during summer months. But popularity is a problem any bar in San Jose would be happy to have, and District backs it up with a solid — though lengthy — menu of original cocktails, wines and whiskey flights. Wine and spirits director Caterina Mirabelli explains District’s philosophy in a menu introduction, pointing out that each cocktail has a component of wine, whiskey or both. “Limiting your core ingredients when crafting cocktails can be challenging, but in the hands of a skilled bartender, can produce cocktails you won’t find anywhere else,” she writes.

Now if you’re looking for vodka, gin or tequila, you’ll find them, too. And District’s bartenders seem to be able to whip up anything from a gin and tonic to a Manhattan without missing a beat. But you can get a real sense of what District’s drinks are about by taking a deep dive into a couple of my favorites, the Peachy Keen and the 65 North. (The 65 North’s name is a playoff District’s San Jose address and a nod to their craftcocktail compatriots at 55 South a few blocks away on First Street.) There are three grape-derived ingredients in the 65 North ($13): Peruvian-made Capurro Pisco, Lo-Fi Gentian Amaro and pinot noir wine, which affords the drink its ruby color and contributes the strongest recognizable flavor. But it’s got flavor all over the place, and the inclusion of lemon juice offers balance and keeps the cocktail from being too sweet. Egg white and a good shake give the drink, served up in a coupe glass, nice foam and a rich mouthfeel free. The Peachy Keen ($13) couldn’t be more different — and yet is just as good. Bourbon’s the base, with a light, fruit flavor provided by French crème de peche liqueur and a bit of lemon. All the difference, though, is in the use of allspice dram, which bartenders have been adding to cocktails of late to provide a complex layer of flavor. Served in a highball glass with a single, massive ice cube, it’s a great warm-weather drink. Of course, District has an extensive wine list, organized by varietal, region and sometimes flavor, like the Spices and Berries section that features three reds with a kick. They’re available by glass ($9-$20), bottle ($36-$80) or in a flight of three ($16-$26). If you’re feeling spendy, you might want to peruse the Library Collection, curated by Mirabelli, which showcases District’s 300-bottle wine reserve list. A glass runs from $20 to $30, which a bottle priced at four times that. And if you’re a whiskey fan, you could spend a lot of time (and money) here. The menu includes than two dozen bourbons, including high-end and small-batch selections like Angel’s Envy Cask Strength and Larceny. There are nearly as many options for rye and single-malt scotch. The best approach may be to have a whiskey flight, which allows to you sample a themed trio of ¾-ounce glasses. And for novices, a good place to start is the Identity Crisis flight ($16), which uses Woodford bourbon, Bulleit rye and Benromach 10-Year Scotch to highlight the differences among the varieties. And a really nice touch is that each of the flights has a suggested cheese and charcuterie pairing to complement the flavors. Nearly everything on District’s food menu is good for sharing. The menu leans Mediterranean with a few nods to trends like the Ahi Tuna Poke ($19) and some ambitious artisan pizzas with toppings such as short rib, chorizo and pistachio. If you’re just in the mood for bar snacks, the Deviled Eggs ($7) are a sriracha-tinged delight, and oysters on the half shell are $1 a piece during happy hour (when many other small plates are also offered for $6 each). VALLEY ACCESS ELECTRONIC MAGAZINE/6


Photo: Photography: Edmond Kwong/ImageWurx; Stephanie Whigham

Wednesday is free movie night at the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk all summer. The family-friendly show starts at 9pm and is projected onto a large screen on the beach. Bundle up. Summer nights can be cool in Santa Cruz.

Who: The Tabard Theatre Company What: Anniversary Party celebrating The Tabard Theatre Company’s 10 years as the resident and managing theatre company of Theatre on San Pedro Square. When: Thursday, May 10, 2018 from 7 to 9:30 p.m. Where: Theatre on San Pedro Square, 29 N. San Pedro Street, San Jose, CA 95110 (Parking is validated for most performances at the San Pedro Garage directly across the street.) Why: On Thursday, May 10, 2018 at 7:00 p.m., The Tabard Theatre Company will celebrate its 10th year of being the resident and managing theatre company of Theatre on San Pedro Square. Join us for an evening of looking back at some of the 58 mainstage shows Tabard has produced in those 10 years. The admission-free evening will feature video clips and stories from the past 10 years, a dessert reception, and a MAJOR SURPRISE ANNOUNCEMENT!!! Advance reservation strongly recommended. Reservations may be made by emailing the box office at Box Office: 408.679.2330 or RSVP: at or call 408679-2330.

June 20: The Lost Boys June 27: Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory July 4: No Movie – Happy Fourth of July! July 11: Legally Blonde July 18: Ferris Bueller’s Day Off July 25: Hairspray August 1: Jumanji (1995) August 8: Ghostbusters (1984) August 15: Raiders of the Lost Ark CAPITOLA MOVIES AT THE BEACH Capitola wraps up summer with a few Fridays of free family movies outside at Esplanade Park. The show starts at 7:30pm or dusk. Bring low-back chairs, blankets, and an appetite for free popcorn. Movies will be shown August 24, August 31, September 7, and September 14, and we’ll be sure to post the lineup as soon as it’s available! VALLEY ACCESS ELECTRONIC MAGAZINE/67

Windy City Productions

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

JULY 2018 EVENTS Presented by the City of Mountain View Public Library

Sing a Summer Song – Concert Series June 5 - July 31, Tuesdays at 10:15

A 9-week concert series for babies and up. Bring a blanket to sit on the grass. Each session is 45 minutes long. 6/5 6/12 6/19 6/26 7/3 7/10 7/17 7/24 7/31

- Charlie Hope - Allison Faith Levy - Sean's Music Factory - Charity Kahn - The Raytones - MaryLee Sunseri - Miss Kitty - Tim Cain - Asheba

Saturday, July 7 at 8 pm Sunday, July 8 at 2 and 7 pm Thursday, July 12 at 8 pm Friday, July 13 at 8 pm Saturday, July 14 at 2 and 8 pm A comedy by Susan Rabin, JIVE tells the story of a white shock-jock, Chet Williams, who is fired from his popular Chicago radio program. Sparks fly when Chet is rescued by his old friend, Reverend Preston Taylor, owner of K-JIVE, a jazz radio station with a largely black audience.

Roshi Entertainment

The Last Five Years Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, July 26 August 11 at 8 pm

ParkStage | Free TheatreWorks Silicon Valley


Sundays at 2 and 7 pm Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 7:30 pm Thursdays and Fridays at 8 pm Saturdays at 2 and 8 pm With the 1950s Red Scare in full swing, the House Un-American Activities Committee attacks “subversion” in the arts. When a romance blossoms between a rising comic and a firebrand actress, they face being blacklisted along with their friends and fellow artists. Will they lose their careers or betray each other and be branded forever as “finks”? Based on the true story of comedian/actor Jack Gilford, this stunning comic drama is written by his son. Contains mature language.

The Last Five Years explores the five year relationship of passion, love, marriage and divorce between an up-andcoming writer dealing with the allure of success and a talented actress, who struggles with the weight of her own career. Her story starts at the end of the relationship; his story starts at the beginning.


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.

Want to make a difference in a young child’s life? Has a mentor made an impact in your life? Engineering Science, Biology a shared interest of yours?

Volunteering has long been a common ethic in the United States, with people each year giving their time without any expectation of compensation. While these volunteer activities may be performed with the core intention of helping others, there is also a common wisdom that those who give of themselves also receive. Researchers have attempted to measure the benefits that volunteers receive, including the positive feeling referred to as “helper’s high,” increased trust in others, and increased social and political participation. We are looking for mentors to help with our Title one school groups that visit the museum on our yearly field trips. You can help kick off, advise or problem solve with the students. We appreciate the people from our community who are willing to join hands with us to make a difference by…volunteering for The Tech Museum of Innovation. The greatest rewards come from the heart and you CAN make a difference in someone’s life by joining our team to inspire the Innovator in everyone!

NEW EVENT: Night in the Encampments May 27 New this year, see the event as never before as night falls across the encampments. Tents glow like lanterns, while soldiers huddle around their campfires. Ladies in beautiful gowns head to the ball to waltz the night away. Night events begin at 6:30 PM with heritage activities, gift shop and special menu at Georgie's Cookhouse. At 8 PM board a steam train for a 90 minute ride through the redwoods and return to see the Grand Ball at Bret Harte Hall. Evening events wrap up at 10 PM.

“We like everyone to have a great time here, so we want the energy you get, the vibe you get in here to be good, positive, and pleasant. Looking forward to meeting you and welcoming you to our Volunteer team! If you or a colleague have any questions, please contact the Volunteer recruiter, Karen Hennessy, via email You may go to The Tech Museum website to see more information as well at: at our Volunteer Opportunities/


Downtown San Jose Farmers’ Market season begins May 4 Fresh produce, hot food, unique gifts available each Friday, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. The Downtown San Jose Farmers’ Market, presented by Kaiser Permanente, opens for its 26th season on May 4 along San Pedro Street between Santa Clara and St. John streets. Open each Friday from 10 a.m.-2 p.m., the Farmers’ Market offers fresh-picked fruits and vegetables direct from California growers, gifts, goodies and garb from local artists, cut flowers and gourmet foods.

2018 Buddy’s San Jose Music in the Park, presented by Metro First show June 22 features Tony! Toni! Toné Buddy’s San Jose Music in the Park presented by Metro Newspapers features legends of reggae, R&B and Latin rock headlining ticketed shows in Plaza de Cesar Chavez The 29th season includes: June 22: Tony! Toni! Toné! (R&B) July 12: Toots & The Maytals (reggae) Aug. 3: Third World and Jordan T (reggae co-headliners) Aug. 24: Malo (Latin) Shows begin at 5:30 p.m. at Plaza de Cesar Chavez on Market Street in the center of downtown San Jose. Advance tickets are $15 per adult and free for 12-under when accompanied by an adult. Tickets and information are available at Day-of-the-event admission is $20 per adult.

The Farmers’ Market features from 25-40 vendors curated by the Pacific Coast Farmers’ Market Association (PCFMA). The market also features live music, demonstrations, recipes and other special events throughout the season. On Opening Day, activities include live music by Amigos Music, games and prize wheel giveaways by Mix 106.5 FM, and a participatory art project by Local Color. Admission is free! The market continues each week into November. On average, 2,500 residents, office workers and visitors head to the Farmers’ Market and San Pedro Square for lunch, activities, peoplewatching and shopping. Customers are encouraged to bring their own reusable and washed bags. Market partner Kaiser Permanente has teamed with the Downtown Association and PCFMA for eight years to focus attendees on healthful and “green” living. Follow the Downtown Farmers’ Market on Twitter (@SJ_Downtown) and Facebook (/sjdowntown and /DowntownFarmers’Market). The market website is



A Bellagio


33 S. Central Ave Campbell, CA 95008 A Bellagio is a small(ish) restaurant in Campbell, CA. It provides seating inside as well as outside on a covered patio. They also have a small bar area that seats around 5 people comfortably. We chose to sit inside and though we were a party of six, we never felt crowded or inconvenienced and found the décor warm and inviting. The service is done by two people beautifully so you are well taken care of and never lack for attention, when needed. It is quiet enough that you can have a conversation, even with a large party, without having to raise your voice.

Tuesday, May 15 5:00 - 7:45 PM Cinnabar Hills Golf Club 23600 McKean Rd San Jose, CA 95141 #BizMixSVBJ BizMix & Golf May 15! Get ready for those golf tournaments in Silicon Valley, and network with other business professionals at our BizMix and Golf. Sharpen your Pitching and Putting skills at Cinnabar Hills Golf Club, while you enjoy complimentary wine and beer and munch on delicious appetizers. #BizMixSVBJ is a way to make connections that will help you grow your business, while having some fun! We encourage you to tweet from the event and share your pictures #bizmixSVBJ.

The menu is Italian, and the restaurant boasts of organic produce as well as meats without chemicals or hormones. since my companions were of Italian descent, I’m told the dishes are authentic. All I knew was how delicious they were. Parking is a bit of an issue, but anyone who has been to downtown Campbell knows this and arrives early enough not to be bothered by finding a suitable place to park. Our evening started with the ANTIPASTO (COPPA, SALAMI, BRESAOLA, PANCETTA, PROSCIUTTO, OLIVES – 14.00) and cocktails that were mixed perfectly. There is a robust wine list, but for this night we brought some special wines to celebrate and were delighted that there was no corkage fee. I started my meal with the Potato Leek soup (soup of the day, was not on the menu – 8:00). I felt pretty special because I got the last serving. The soup was creamy and very good. One of my guests knows I review restaurants and expressly pointed out that I needed to let you know that the lamb chops are trimmed beautifully and were cooked to perfection. COSTOLETTE DI AGNELLO ALLE ERBE (RACK OF LAMB ENCRUSTED IN HERBS, SOFT POLENTA – 37.00) I ordered the FILETTO ALLA MOSTARDA (ANGUS FILLET MIGNON ENCRUSTED IN MUSTARD, BALSAMIC REDUCTION – 38.00) and was very pleased with my selection. A couple of my guests ordered the SALMONE ALL’OSCHERITANA (SKUNA BAY SALMON FILLET, TOMATO, CAPERS, WHITE WINE, LEMON – 28.00) and were also very pleased. What made A Bellagio noteworthy for us was the combination of intimate space, excellent service and delicious, well cooked and plated food. We came in prior to the dinner rush and had no issues getting in, but by the time we left there was a line. If you are going during prime dinner time, I’d recommend a reservation. I highly recommend that you try A Bellagio, it’s quickly becoming one of my favorites.




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……

We have our brand new "Backyard Bayou" exhibit opening this Summer

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 Children’s Musical Theatre 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 Sal Pizarro Visit Santa Cruz Stacee Novelli, Santana Row Concierge Mountain View Center of Performing Arts Roaring Camp Joanne Hirasaki, Marilyn Watts Rick Jensen SVCA Web-site Valley Access E-Magazine (VAM)

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.