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Old 10-16-2014, 09:15 PM   #1
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My name is Tess, I'm a painting contractor in Napa, Ca. I recently ended a partnership and opened up business on my own. I've been painting for almost 20 yrs. and love what I do. I hope to learn something new and share what I know.
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Welcome, from about forty miles South of you!

How did you fare the Earth Quake?
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A lot of broken glass, paint running down the driveway, but no structural damage and most important, no one hurt.
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A lot of broken glass, paint running down the driveway, but no structural damage and most important, no one hurt.
That's good to hear. My house got a little wobbly but held its ground.

I suppose you've been involved in painting a winery or two. BTW, you'll find a lot of good information here about running a business.
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Welcome to the forum!

Wow, just thinking about this an earthquake must be amongst others one of the biggest fears of wineries, paint stores and painters. Others obviously, but I can just imagine the fear of staring at stacks and stacks of paint cans starting to shake or massive shelves of wine bottles trembling.

Good to hear nobody got hurt.
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