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Inspiring Stories from Old Town-Mission Valley

The heart of our mission at the SD Voyager is to find the amazing souls that breathe life into our city. In the recent weeks, we’ve had the privilege to connect with some of the San Diego’s finest artists, creatives, entrepreneurs and rabble rousers and we can’t begin to express how impressed we are with our city’s incredibly deep talent pool. Check out the rising stars from Old Town-Mission Valley below.

Reshia Guarnotta

I started selling real estate in 2004 when I was 19 years old. I hadn’t always wanted to be a REALTOR. But when my college professor told me that I would “make a good REALTOR” I accepted an internship at 18 and never looked back. I whole heartedly believe in this industry because it is more than just a smart investment. Read more>>

Maria Martir

I am originally from a small town in the state of Nayarit, Mexico. I have always been drawn to art and fashion. I loved to dance all over the house and wear my mom’s clothes and walk like the models on TV, this emotion kept growing with me. Read more>

Ricardo Bloodsaw

I was working as a manager at Costco, looking for a way my family could have an income while spending more of our time together. I began researching Laundry Delivery. By picking up laundry in our custom laundry bags, having it washed at a trusted Fluff and Fold service. Read more>>

Jorge F. Díaz Gómez

Claro Walnut is a type of wood that grows native to our lovely state of California and in the woodworking and design world, it is a true rarity. Fortunately, this beautiful wood is made accessible by our friends at Made Lumber Supply, who specialize in this species and did the entire build out of our coffee shop. Read more>>

Jon Boyd

We share a building with Made Lumber Supply who has been in business for over five years. Made Lumber specializes in live edge lumber and also makes custom furniture. In August 2019 Claro Coffee took over the front showroom of the building. Read more>>

Josiah Kern

I am originally from Fresno area Visalia to be exact I lived there till I was eight then moved to Las Vegas I Grew up downtown Las Vegas a couple of blocks from the strip 17th and Freemont St. I had a rough upbringing a very abusive father and a step-mom who loved drugs more than her kids. Read more>>

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