Wednesday, October 9, 2019

How To Find A Good Business Partner

How Do Solano Business People Need Pick The Right Partners?

Six Ways To Seek A Good Business Partner

Honesty and Ethics

Essential for any long-term business relationship is honesty and ethics. You need to trust each other.  Are they disclosing important aspects on the pros and cons of new paths your company may take?  Look into their eyes and watch their body language. Listen to your intuition.

True Deep Loyalty

Do you have each other’s backs? Happy comradery when things go well is good, and what about when you hit bumpy roads? Will they stick thru the tough times?


Do they always try to pass the blame to someone else at the office? It’s always somebody else’s fault except their own. Do they show up at the office or make excuses?


A compassionate business partner has a heart.  They will hopefully care about you and the partnership’s clients. 


Find a partner who will push you, and drive you to success. Your partner needs different skill sets and perspectives.

Love To Learn & Explore

Do they already claim to “know almost everything”?  Have they learned from experience, a business incubator, or the local small business development center? Do they search the internet and read business news, and stay on top of trends?

Listen To Logic And Your Intuition Before Embarking On A Partnership.

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Solano Business News ™ covers interesting types of innovation leading to new business trends. Be in the know before you get left behind. 

Topics Covered:

Read about who is more likely to get promoted and why.  Which businesses are more successful by how they are run. Who is honest in the business world and who gets special favors for the old boy network using your tax dollars to line their pockets. 

How not to make spur of the moment business decisions, and instead get facts from different sources and consultants. Solano Business News also covers economic development in Solano, Napa and Yolo. Read about new California laws, changing technology, and improving profits through cost saving strategies like reducing overhead costs. 

How to stay mentally and physically well in the business world. Interesting opinions on how trends from outside Northern California may influence Solano and surrounding communities. 


Learn how San Francisco’s and Sacramento’s growth is moving between the two expanding metro areas.  And how this is changing Fairfield, Suisun, Vacaville, Vallejo and other communities. 

Also visit SolanoBusinessNews.Com for more business articles.

Disclaimer: Whatever you read or hear, verify with alternative sources to verify facts. Nothing herein is warranted for accuracy. Keep your head above the water and move forward in your life. 

Tuesday, October 8, 2019

New California Business Laws On Sales Tax Collection

California Assembly Bill 147 can require out-of-state plus online retailers to collect sales taxes based on the rates for each Solano County city.  The brick-and-mortar commercial real estate tenants have need to collect it for decades. 

If a Solano County company, such as one in Fairfield decides to ship an item to a higher taxed city like say San Jose, the higher tax rate there would have to be paid.  A tedious task for a Solano County company to go through for sales to other California cities with differing sales tax rates. 

Also the state government's AB 91 can limit income what wealthy executives in their swanky executive office suites can claim for tax write offs.

Since different Solano cities have their own rates for sales taxes, the amount owed would be more than the standard 7.25% state sales tax. Each have their own tax rates in Vacaville, Fairfield, Suisun City, Vallejo and Benicia. Then Napa towns have their own, and so forth.
For details on this and other business opinions and decisions contact your Solano accountant and visit

Monday, October 7, 2019

Solano Business Directory Of Useful Resources

Useful Resources For Small Businesses in Solano County

•. Angel Investors Of Solano County. Free meeting rooms and office spaces for startups.
•  Benicia Chamber of Commerce, 601 First Street, Suite 100, Benicia, CA 94510, 707 745-2120
•  Business Honesty News™ Brining more ethics to local government and business.
•  Dixon Chamber of Commerce, 220 N. Jefferson Street, Dixon, CA 95620, 707 678-2650.
•  Dixon Downtown Business Association, 220 N. Jefferson Street, Dixon, CA 95620, 707 678-8400.
•  Downtown Association of Vallejo, 401 Georgia Street, Vallejo, CA 94590, 707 557-6246.
•  Downtown Vacaville Business Improvement District, 311 Parker Street, Vacaville, CA 95688.
•  Fairfield California news on social media. Free and independent.
•  Fairfield Co-Working
•  Fairfield Business News Free blog.
•  Fairfield Daily Republic newspaper
•  Fairfield Meeting Rooms For Rent. 707 427-6400
•  Fairfield Main Street Association, 1000 Texas Street, Suite D, Fairfield, CA 94533, 707 422-0130.
•  Fairfield-Suisun Chamber of Commerce, 1111 Webster Street, Fairfield, CA 94533, 707 425-4625.
•  Filipino-American Chamber of Commerce, 2614 Springs Road, Vallejo, CA 94591, 707 644-3000
• Heart of Fairfield: Upgrading central Fairfield www.HeartOfFairfield.Net and
•  Innovation Institute www.InnovationsInstitute.Org 707 428-5000
•  Lawyers Offices & Networking: More here than other Solano office buildings. 1652 West Texas Street, Fairfield, CA. Just drop by if you’re looking for a Solano County attorney.
•  North Texas Street Business Association, 1658 N. Texas Street, Fairfield, CA 94533, 707 421-0985.
•  Napa Register newspaper
•  Notary Publics, 1652 West Texas Street, Fairfield, CA
•  Rio Vista Chamber of Commerce 707 374-2700.
•  Solano Business Incubator, California Business Center, 1652 West Texas St, Fairfield, CA 94533, 707 434-8000 www.SolanoBusinessIncubator.Com
•  Solano Business News www.SolanoBusinessNews.Com and www.SolanoBusinessNews.Net Free independent Solano business news online.
•  Solano Economic Development Corp. (SED Corp), 360 Campus Lane, Suite 102, Fairfield, CA 94534, 707 864-1855.
•  Solano Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, 1000 Texas Street, Suite A, Fairfield, CA 94533, 707 421-9809.
•  Solano Small Business Development Center, 360 Campus Lane, Suite 102, Fairfield, CA 94533
•  Starting A Business In Fairfield: Free info on getting a Fairfield business license. Might be easier to start a business in Solano County than you think. 707 428-7400
•  Suisun Historic Waterfront District 707 425-0500.
•  Suisun Valley Fund Advisory Committee, 1000 Webster Street, Fairfield, CA 94533.
•  Vacaville Chamber of Commerce
•  Vacaville Reporter newspaper
•  Vallejo Chamber of Commerce
•  Vallejo Times Herald
•  West Texas Street Revitalization Project – Gateway To Capital, 1652 West Texas St, Fairfield, CA 707 434-8000 and

Reply With Additional Solano Based Business Resources For
Benicia, Fairfield, Rio Vista, Suisun, Vacaville and Vallejo

Saturday, October 5, 2019

Solano Economic Development Conference & Unfair Old Boy Networks Using Tax Payer Money

Solano EDC (Solano Economic Development Corp) President Sandy Person has positive and negative business views ab out Fairfield, Vacaville, Suisun and Vallejo and Northern California. Commercial real estate including office space rentals are doing better in 2019 than some past years.

Goal is to bring 200 new jobs and a half-billion dollars for Solano economic development. It took place at Fairfield's Hilton Garden Inn on the 80 Highway Corridor Vallejo through Dixon with intersecting highways 680, 12 and 505, etc.

NorthBay Healthcare is helping Fairfield's economy along with Solano Business Incubator

An economic study of Solano's Highway 12 can show where truck traffic goes for the Solano Transportation Authority. Also we need to look at the effect politicians are having on naming "Business Center Drive" in Fairfield and the effect it has on pre-existing business centers of Fairfield and neighboring cities.

Robert Eyler, economics department chair with Sonoma State University hopes for some encouraging economic news for California.

Solano Business News ™ says Solano County is creating new medium and higher paying jobs. Vacaville, Fairfield and much of Solano has sees residential real estate demand market, but investment demand could be higher. It also sees "special deals" between commercial real estate developers helping the "privileged Solano old boy network" against other honest landlords renting out their spaces.

Thursday, October 3, 2019

Kaiser Strike Called Off

Looked Like Kaiser Employees Were Going To Go On Strike Until Close To The Last Day

A tentative agreement with Kaisers unions covering over 80,000 workers to place.

For wage increases through 2023, Kaiser employees had to negotiate other sensitive matters.

Wages will provably increase by 3 percent in 2019

Sunday, September 29, 2019

Bigger Banks In Solano, Napa, Sonoma, Etc

How Much Are The Bigger Banks Worth In Solano, Napa, Sonoma?

West America Bank, and First Northern Bank are on the list with others.

Bigger Banks In Solano, Napa, Sonoma

Wednesday, September 25, 2019

Will Trump Take Away California Highway Funding?

It's Possible Washington DC May Stop Future California Highway Funding.

California state may face sanctions with cuts to highway funding. Trump has an issue with California’s failure to submit for the Clean Air Act.

The Environmental Protection Agency California has the worst air quality in the US. 

Details at

Who Uses Co-Working Spaces Instead Of Working From Home Or A Traditional Solano Office Space?

Co working is a way to work with other people in Solano County. Rent desks hourly, daily or monthly. It’s your chance to meet and perhaps collaborate, instead of working alone at home or in a traditional office space rental.

Brainstormers enjoy bouncing ideas off other creative minds. Co-workers can respect the human aspect of business, even while having their own business goals. Collaborators can want their local peers to succeed with startup and other ideas as well. Meet people from Fairfield, Suisun, Vacaville and Vallejo.

Fairfield Co-Working ™ can be for just about everyone. Telecommuters who want to get away from the distractions at home; small businesses; Solano entrepreneurs; all types of freelancers from graphic artists to engineers; social media gurus; networker; writers. Furnished meeting room rentals can be used for almost any purpose even non business-centric, but more communal or supportive. Coworking spaces can have individual freelancers, all the way to small businesses. Private Fairfield office suites for rent are also available.

How will you like top use Fairfield Co-Working? Share your ideas with Steve the building owner. Let him know if you would like to join, or lead a co-working circle at Fairfield Co-Working. Do it your way. 

Overlooking The Value In Flexible Solano Office Space Leases?

Whether you need a small or medium sized office space for rent in Solano County, consider the advantages in renting a flexible office space. Get a perfectly sized office space for just yourself, or your team. Flexible spaces offer month to month leases without deposit. Many small businesses rent extra space for reception area and conference room, when a flexible space offers a shared waiting area with receptionist.  You can pick from a number of different sized conference rooms depending on your need. You save money by only paying for what you need, when you need it.

Find flexible spaces in Fairfield, San Francisco, Walnut Creek, Sacramento, etc. In Fairfield there are six Fairfield meeting rooms. A common entrance with shared receptionist and 24/7 access with security technology. If more technology is what you need let them know so they can accommodate. Get the secure internet great fiber optic has to offer. Rent office spaces, Fairfield conference rooms or co-working hourly, daily or monthly. Zero deposit and free phone lines included all for $290 a month. There are forty small business benefits to choose from as needed. Your overhead extra costs are lower than traditional Solano office space rentals.

Tuesday, September 24, 2019

Solano's Good Car Company Accused Of Being A Bad Car Company By State?

Why Is Fairfield's Good Car Company Called A Bad Car Company By CA State?

Fairfield's Good Car Company is being attacked by the State Attorney General for being engaged in a "variety of unlawful practices".

The state filed their unlawful practices law suite essentially saying Paul Blanco’s Good Car Company is a bad car company being unlawful. Who is right, the Good Car Company view, or the Bad Car Company label?

Those with information on any bad sales practices can contact 1-800-952-5225 or click

Monday, September 23, 2019

Is In-N-Out Burger Solano's Favorite Burger Restaurant?

Why Solano Feels In-N-Out Burger is the best fast food restaurant.

California culture, and Solano in particular, loves cars, beaches and fast tasty food. Solano has lots of diversity (sorry non LGBT loving Chick-fil-A) and Popeyes chicken. Californians say you'll it if you'd ever tried it.

Since Southern California fast food restaurant expanded, customers line up for a famous burger with fries and a shake.

The Solano fast food restaurant has locations in Vallejo, Fairfield and Vacaville.

They have a very short menu as they specialize in great hamburgers, French fries and milk shakes. The menu is as short, as the lines of people waiting are long in their Vallejo, Fairfield and Vacaville locations.

They might not skimp on food quality. Fries are made fresh from whole potatoes. They grind their own beef at each Solano site. Prices are affordable for the quality too.

Homeless Hurting Solano Business Climate. Will Clients Get More Accustomed To The Zombies?

SF Bay Area Business Taken Over By Homeless. Next Is Solano. It's Hurting Solano Businesses Who Don't Want Their Clients Scared Away.

Donald Trump blasted San Francisco leaders for how poorly the solved the homeless crisis. The situation in San Francisco is a disgrace, just as Trump said. Then there’s the trickledown effect of San Francisco homeless coming to Solano County.

Solano homeless have greatly changed their behavior in the past 6-12 months. They are considerably more aggressive in going to the bathroom anywhere they please in public. It’s worse in San Francisco though.  Vallejo, Benicia, Fairfield, Suisun and Vacaville police are not sure how to stem the Solano homelessness tied coming in.

Solano homeless are everywhere: Gas stations, outside shopping centers, on street medians, even making a huge bunch of trash in front yards of people’s homes such as in Vallejo recently.  Solano homeless walk up restaurants sifting through their garbage looking for food. The homeless are effecting commercial real estate prices in the greater Bay Area and may continue until people get more accustomed to the “zombies” walking wherever they may.

Will Trump really round up Solano County’s homeless? Solano Business News asks where will these transients go to get rehabilitated? 

Homeless Continue Hurting The Solano County Business Climate. The Zombies Go Everywhere. Will Clients Get More Accustomed To The Zombies? They May Need To Because It They Are Scared From One Place, They May Encounter Zombies Elsewhere.

Uber Driver Into “Homeless Gym Showering". But Works 60 Hours Wk. Immaculate Car.

Homeless Uber Driver Goes To Gyms For Showering. You Don't Always Know Who You Are Next To In Public Gyms.

Uber Driver Is Homeless In Bay Area, Working 60 Hrs / Week

The homeless Uber driver drives a very nice and clean car. You would never guess it’s  both a sleeping place and workplace. The homeless Uber driver calculates he puts in maybe 60 hours a week driving. 

For bedtime he tries to legally park somewhere in the San Francisco Bay Area. The practical Uber driver handles his needs by “Homeless Gym Showering” by signing up a gym membershp. He’ll often be vacuum the car. And thank goodness for powering his electronic devices from the car.

With better Solano home rental prices, maybe the driver should consider living in Solano County?

Solano Went Up. Despite Most Of Bay Area Home Prices Going Down. A Price Change Sea Saw.

Over Priced Homes In Other Parts Of SF Bay Area Bring Buyers To Solano.  While Most Of Bay Area Home Prices Went Down Solano County's Went Up.

Look at the outflow of real estate owners leaving the inner Bay Area and choosing western Solano County's Vallejo, Benicia, Fairfield and Suisun. Vacaville is also favored. Though Dixon and Rio Vista are farther out.

The median San Francisco Bay Area price for new and existing houses plus condos fell to $815,000 in July. That's down 4.7% over June, and then 4.1% from July 2019.

San Francisco Bay Area home prices dropped for three straight months.  Meanwhile the San Francisco Bay Area is enjoying a 10 month streak of creating more jobs.

SF Bay Area Just Exceeded 4.1 million Jobs. 10 Month Upward Streak.

The San Francisco Bay Area Economy Can Look Rosy.

It's now 10 straight months of employment gains. And the SF Bay Area just added 5,100 jobs in August. Those employment gains extend great streak.

The Bay Area's nine-county region (Association Of Bay Area Governments) said new employment exceeded the 4.1 M mark for the first time. Job growth is going on for a straight 10 consecutive months. What's good for central Bay Area is good for Solano County growth.

Choose To Telecommute From Home Or Drive To Jobs Outside Solano County?

Who is on the forefront for the revolution in working?

Goal is to measure output and not focus on the time worked.

Solano employees prefer to work remotely at home or a nearby shared office so they're not stuck at home. Let your computer become a videoconferencing center.

Develop methods of collaborating by letting distant teammates work together.

Now geography is less important, be it Silicon Valley, San Francisco or reasonably priced Fairfield - Vacaville. This applies if the entrepreneur is at times, always-on, constantly connected during business hours.

Fairfield Co-Working ™ predicts shared office space rentals near one's home is a way to work autonomously but avoid being stuck at home with distractions and being all alone.

Still workers don't like commuting from say Fairfield - Vacaville so seek flexibility from smart companies.  A gallup 2016b report appears to say 43% of U.S. employees worked remotely, at least some of the time. Telecommuting is up from 2012 when it was only 39%. Perhaps there are more Solano County telecommuters than US averages as Solano and nearby San Francisco are often ahead of the business curve.

Will You Choose To Telecommute From Home Or Drive To Higher Paying Jobs Outside Solano County In Say Contra Costa or even San Francisco?

Solano Startup Cheat-Sheet To Get Started. Can You Avoid Paying $800 Year CA Corp Reg Fee?

Can you just register your company name to save costs, then incorporate later? Select a type of entity like sole proprietor (non incorporated) or an LLC or C type corporation. Pick your state of maybe Delaware. Pick some number of shares for your new company (don't stress).  How will the shares be divided between your fellow Solano investors?

Many early Solano startups don't know that the annual California state franchise tax is a minimum of $800/year regardless of your profits.  So filing as a sole proprietor can make sense.

You may want to innovate, and get creative.  But company formation might be plain-vanilla as possible. Solano Business News and links doesn't give advice. They may have interesting opinions you don't want to miss.

Many files their corporation papers online (though we aren't legally advising you use Or hire a Solano attorney in Fairfield. Entrepreneurs can just walk into the 80 suite office building and ask the receptionist for any one of the many Fairfield lawyers at 1652 West Texas St in Fairfield. More law firms are there than any other office building in Solano and Napa County.

Cheat Sheet: Google these topics or ask Solano Small Business Center in Fairfield. You don't need to only rely on any one website or person. Solano Business News suggests you always get multiple options from different sources on and off line.

How to Register Your Co. If Fairfield call 707 428-7400
How to Close Your First Investor
How to Create a Winning Pitch
How to Hire Employees & Small Business Consultants
How to Get Find A Business Incubator in Solano or Napa
How to Run a Crowdfunding Campaign
How to Market On and Off Line
How to Avoid Capital Expenses For Office Furniture & Equipment
How to Decide Which City Is Better For Business: Fairfield Vacaville Vallejo Benicia Berkeley...

Also check out:

Or get free startup help in Fairfield from Solano Business Incubator. Rent office spaces, meeting rooms, or shared co-working spaces. Even work from home and get a professional address and meeting point in a professional Fairfield office building.  707 434-8000. 

A computer predicts which start-ups would be successful. Interesting says Solano Investors Club

Venture capital (VC)like machines which identify startup winners. Something for Solano investors to consider at Solano Investors Club.

Bloomberg Businessweek funds was not named for compliance reasons. It was discovered that machine predicting software might prove very beneficial in identifying startups that can succeed.  In reality, Solano startups can follow the normal route of having a business plan (even available on software) and take steps from there.  Solano Investors Club suggests this puts your startup ahead of those who may know less about what they are doing.

Join the Solano Investors Club in Fairfield.  VC investors may come from Vacaville, Suisun, Vallejo, Benicia and nearby Napa.

More on startup prediction machines.

Also read:
Geek Wire:

Foreigners Buying Solano County Commercial Real Estate: Office Buildings & Warehouse Spaces

Solano County Commercial Real Estate Gets Foreigners Interest

Solano Real Estate can be a safe-haven for foreign investors.

Foreigners are spending lots also on US technology companies. Solano Real Estate can within California’s large urban centers. Growth in the Northern California industrial and office building sector has spurred foreign investors to purchase commercial properties located along major transportation routes. Highway 80 is a great example. Buyers like office building sales within a mile or more from highway 80.  In 2015, Bakersfield, California on I-80 was identified as very desirable location in the nation for foreign buyers. However Solano Real Estate is closer to a major city (San Francisco), and is often preferred to dry and hot Bakersfield.

There Can Be A Big Future With Solano Commercial Real Estate Attracting Foreign Investment & Employers For Better Paying Jobs In Vacaville, Fairfield, Suisun and Vallejo.

Will Solano Companies Leave California If Commercial Real Estate Taxes Jump Up?

Solano Real Estate Owning Employers Might Depart From California & Move To Texas If Commercial Real Estate Taxes Increase.

If commercial property taxes increase, will California companies stop hiring, investing?
The two largest property taxpayers also employ close to 34,000 people

Residential real estate owners wanting to keep their taxes down might be asking business owners to pay more taxes on their Solano commercial real estate. This is based on when California voters approved Proposition 13.

In 2014, prop 13 was called a sacred thing by former Governor Jerry Brown.

Solano commercial real estate owners in Fairfield, Vacaville, Vallejo and other cities charge tenant rents. The real estate rents cover real estate property taxes collected by the Solano Tax Assessor’s office. Those new potential increases will in one way or the other be absorbed by the tenant or passed on to their Solano customers. Then prices will go up, resulting in higher costs for Solano consumers say Solano Business News.

In Conclusion: Prices Consumers Pay Will Increase. And It's Likely Some Solano Companies Will Leave California If Commercial Real Estate Taxes Increase.

Attacking Solano For Profit Colleges. Big Student Debts Lining College Pockets.

Whats The Future Of Attacking Solano For Profit Colleges?

California’s Democratic-controlled legislature might pull the nation’s toughest restrictions on for-profit colleges. Will they be shut down?

Trump backed away from policing quality. Solano County’s for profit get public money. They are often plagued by fraud and poor outcomes. 

For-profit colleges, vocational schools and online education companies paid $800,000 into lobbying legislators in the first six months of 2019. 

Assemblyman David Chiu said, “The experience we’ve had moving ….. forward highlights the role of money and ….. influence in state capitols around the country”.

Other bills attack profit schools which might rely on Solano County government help. Some Solano for profit colleges are raking in excessive amounts of profits. Meanwhile the Solano college students are burdened with debt.  

Bills are designed to root out fraud and abuse in the Solano industry. That debt in effect lines the college’s profits, says Solano Business News. 

Leadership Vallejo Open House. Solano Looking For Innovative Minds.

Leadership Vallejo will host a 12th Annual Open House.

851 Waterfront Avenue (Mare Island Brewery Coal Shed) Sept. 30, 5:30 PM

Discover Solano community projects for 2019. Leadership Vallejo educates and trains tomorrow’s business, Solano government and local volunteer leaders. (707) 738-6964

Sunday, September 22, 2019

Top North Bay Companies To Work For. Remembering Quality Of Life In Big Corporations.

Thousands of employees in San Francisco North Bay ranked different North Bay companies. These are the ranked companies in alphabetical order.

Adobe Associates Inc.
Amy’s Kitchen
Arrow Benefits Group
AUL Corporation
Bank of Marin
Becoming Independent
Best Collateral Inc.
Beyers Costin Simon
BKF Engineers
Blentech Corporation
Boisset Collection
Burnham Benefits Insurance Services
Canine Companions for Independence
Carlile Macy
Central Valley (Builders Supply)
Centric General Contractors
Child Parent Institute
Chop’s Teen Club
Coast Landscape Management
Cornerstone Properties
Coldwell Banker Brokers Of The Valley
Community Child Care Council of Sonoma County (4Cs)
Community Matters
Cork Supply USA, Inc.
Costeaux French Bakery
Dal Poggetto & Company Llp
DH Wine Compliance
Dickenson, Peatman & Fogarty
Don Sebastiani & Sons
Earthtone Construction
Eckhoff & Company
Eleven Engineering Inc.
EO Products
Exchange Bank
First American Home Warranty
Friedemann Goldberg Wargo Hess Llp
GC Micro
General Dynamics Ordnance & Tactical Systems
George Petersen Insurance Agency
Ghilotti Bros. Inc.
Ghirardo CPA
Goodwill Redwood Empire
Healdsburg Lumber Company
Hennessy Advisors, Inc.
Hilton Garden Inn-Sonoma County Airport
Hogan Land Services Inc.
Intelisys, A Scan Source Company
Intervine Inc.
Interwest Insurance Services LLC
Jackson Family Wines
Joanna’s Nannies
Kaiser Permanente Santa Rosa Medical Center
Kaiser Permanente San Rafael Medical Center
Keysight Technologies
La Tortilla Factory
Ledson Winery & Vineyards
Linkenheimer LLP CPAs &Advisors
M.A. Silva USA
Mengali Accountancy
Meritage Medical Network
Mike’s Bikes
MKM & Associates Structural Engineering
Moss Adams LLP
Mr. Rooter of Sonoma County
North Coast Title Company
Nova Group Inc.
Oliver’s Markets
Parkpoint Health Clubs
Peju Province Winery
Pepperwood Foundation
Petaluma Health Center
Pisenti & Brinker LLP
Poppy Bank
Private Ocean Wealth Management
PsychStrategies Inc.
Quattrocchi Kwok Architects
Redwood Credit Union
RESIG – Redwood Empire Schools Insurance Group
Rough Linen
Russian River Brewing Company
Scott Technology Group
Sequoia Senior Solutions
Smith Dollar PC
Social Advocates for Youth
Soiland Company Inc.
Sonoma Clean Power
Sonoma County Family YMCA
Sonoma Jet Center
Sonoma Technology Inc.
Spaulding Mccullough & Tansil LLP
St. Francis Winery & Vineyards
Star Staffing
Summit Engineering
Summit State Bank
Sutter Instruments
Terra Firma Global Partners
The Engine Is Red
The Family Coppola
The Hess Collection Winery
Top Speed Data Communications
Traditional Medicinals
Valley Tire And Brake
W. Bradley Electric Inc.
Woodruff-Sawyer & Co.
Workrite Ergonomics
WRA Inc.
YMCA Sonoma County

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