Trademark Matching $50K Dollar-for-Dollar to Benefit Napa Disaster Relief Fund

Napa Valley Register
Written by: Register Staff

Sixty downtown Napa businesses are coming together to host the Do Napa Downtown Crawl on Saturday from 4 to 8 p.m.

All will be donating a portion of their sales during that period to the Napa Valley Community Foundation Disaster Relief fund.

The owners of Trademark Property Company, on behalf of First Street Napa, will donate a dollar-for-dollar match for not only this event but others, guaranteeing up to $50,000 to the fund

“Our thoughts and prayers are with all of those who have suffered tremendous loss as a result of the recent wildfires, and we are thankful to all the first responders,” said Terry Montesi, CEO of Trademark Property Co.

Zapolski Real Estate is partnering with Trademark Property to redevelop First Street Napa, formerly known as Napa Town Center.

Do Napa Downtown Crawl is the brainchild of Aubrey Bailey and Colleen Flemming, co-owners of Cadet Wine and Beer Bar, 930 Franklin St.

“Colleen and I wanted to create an event that would unite the downtown Napa businesses in helping out our community while simultaneously getting the word out that Napa is open for business. We couldn’t be more excited about what a great party it’s going to be,” said Bailey.

Participating businesses, which include restaurants, wine tasting rooms, and retailers, choose whatever donation they wish to make. Hog Island Oysters, for example, is donating 50 percent of their sales during that period to the Fund.

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