2007 Auction Napa Valley – Part II – Video

Welcome to our video podcast – 2007 Auction Napa Valley – Part 2 – Video Show #12.

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We are back with Part 2 of the Auction Napa Valley video coverage. Dana Carvey is still up to his old tricks on stage, and we hear from actress Stacy Keibler (helping the bidding on the Frank Family lot), as well as more from Joy Craft (before and after winning the Screaming Eagle lot). Then we talk with Charles Banks (co-owner of Screaming Eagle), as well as a few of the Meadowood staff, and continuing to find politicians in our midst, we speak with Congressman Mike Thompson (yes, at GrapeRadio we speak politics).

We were also very fortunate to spend some quality time getting to know one of the primary beneficiaries of the Auction Napa Valley. Join us as we pay a visit to Clinic Ole in downtown Napa to talk with clinic staff and patients, and find out how much they benefit from this fabulous annual event.

Back at the auction, auctioneer Ursula Hermacinski gives us an inside look at how she approaches getting into the zone, and we closely watch the bidding on the Staglin lot. We finish out the big evening as Brian insists on Dancing with the Stars (Stacy Keibler).

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1 Response to “2007 Auction Napa Valley – Part II – Video”

  1. 1 Jack Jul 19th, 2007 at 5:52 pm

    Great dancing Brian! The gum was a very nice touch… Hope you threw it in AFTER the wine tasting.

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