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Businesses in Napa reach out to tourists after quake

NAPA, Calif. — A day after an earthquake caused at least $1 billion in damage to about 150 homes and businesses in California’s wine capital, workers Monday were cleaning up the debris, mopping up thousands of dollars in high-end vintages, and struggling to reopen in advance of the summer’s last holiday weekend.

With the dust still settling from Sunday’s magnitude-6.0 temblor near the city of Napa, government and tourism officials said most of the region was safe and encouraged visitors to keep flocking to the charming towns, tasting rooms, restaurants, and spas that drive the Napa Valley economy.

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