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Creative Director at Caltext Creative
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Napa, California, United States · Member since January 2013
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This is my home, not a hotel. I really enjoy meeting new people from all over the world, and helping them enjoy this fantastic Napa-Sonoma area. I've lived around here for 40 years.

Since 2009, I am President and Creative Director at Caltext Creative, a publicity and brand enhancement firm located in Napa, California, USA. I am also President of StevesWood, purveyor of fine grilling and BBQ supplies. Also, I provide knowledgeable top-notch livery services to wine country visitors who want to tour the beautiful Napa-Sonoma-Lake-Mendocino wine country in a driving-safe-and-sober manner.

I am an experienced livery driver and I can happily manage all of your transportation needs for your Wine Country tasting tour. Reasonably priced, hassle-free transportation, combining the benefits of a local resident’s knowledge of the area (including fifteen years managing vineyards in Sonoma County) with a sense of humor and complete dependability.

If you want me to drive you and wait for you, my hourly rate is $30/hr with a three hour minimum. If you simply want a ride from point A to point B, it’s $2.50/mile. Recent references available, you need only ask.

Before the worldwide economic collapse, I worked as a consulting Registered Civil Engineer providing water quality compliance assistance to resource agencies, water and irrigation districts, municipalities, and other public and private organizations.

And before that, I was Farm Manager and Vineyard Operator at Oak Hill Vineyards in Healdsburg, Sonoma County. I was responsible for all agricultural operations, land development, chemical recommendations/applications, and grower/winery liaison. I delivered about 300 tons per year to some of the top wineries of the time.