SUPPORTING LOCAL BUSINESS MATTERS!
According to the Small Business Administration:
For every $100 spent at small businesses, $48 is put back into the local economy.
But if that same $100 is spent at big box store or national retailer, only $14 makes it back to our local economy.
Periodically, the Guadalupe Business Association will feature one of our members in our business spotlight. Take a moment and learn about some of our amazing members!
Sonam Narayan, Realtor
I am a local Guadalupe Realtor. I enjoy helping buyers & sellers within our city. My goal is to be completely transparent & ensure each of my clients get the best service. I aim to educate & give all the facts so my clients can make the best informed decisions. I strive to be the agent that puts themselves in YOUR shoes! I want to know your story, earn your trust and go above and beyond for your housing needs. I look forward to helping make houses into HOMES!
“What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make.”
We are a family-owned Mexican restaurant. It all started in 1988 with my father Manuel Diaz deciding on leaving farm working in the past and starting his adventure as a business owner. In 2010 my father asked if I was ready to take over and I now run the business and love every second of it. My wife and I really enjoy feeding the community!
We really appreciate everyone and everything all of our customers do for us. Every day is a great day and we are glad to be a part of this community!
Rural Community Development Corporation of California (RCDCC) was formed in 2017 to help fill the gap in capacity that rural communities, especially those considered disadvantaged, are beleaguered by. We at RCDCC believe with training, direction (planning) and support California’s rural communities can be more self-reliant, and create sustainable, livable communities that gain not lose populations.
To enhance and develop the capacity of rural citizen, community organizations, local business, and government entities through community development plans and actions to support rural communities in becoming resilient, strong communities that will grow from disadvantaged to livable, sustainable communities.
The (re)ascension of a Small American Town
Founded in the late 1800s, Guadalupe was once a boom town. Over the following century, like many small towns, social, economic and infrastructure changes heavily impacted the city and other, larger cities grew around it. Yet Guadalupe’s story is far from over. With a new housing development and influx of new ideas, Guadalupe is poised to reassert itself as a destination location for shopping, arts, and tourism – the Gateway to the Dunes!