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  • GOK2EP910.4Senior Photographer
    Ana Manzano, owner of children’s clothing line ana apple, at her basement studio in Oak Park Wednesday. Manzano won the Downtown Sacramento Partnership’s “Calling All Dreamers” business competition and will open a store this fall. She will get a year’s free rent and other monetary support.
    Paul Kitagaki Jr. |
  • GOK2EP97V.4Senior Photographer
    Manzano sews buttons in her basement studioManzano found inspiration through her effort to be a good aunt to her nieces. “I didn’t just want to buy them the same clothing that everyone else can.”
    Paul Kitagaki Jr. |
  • GOK2EP934.3Senior Photographer
    Ana Manzano works in her basement studio in Oak Park Wednesday, June 11, 2014. She will be opening a store in Old Sacramento this fall and will get one year’s free rent and other monetary support to help the 5-year-old business she started in her home.
    Paul Kitagaki Jr. |
  • GOK2EP9AK.4Senior Photographer
    Veronica Ramirez sews clothing while Jennifer Smith cuts material for ana apple. Manzano started her business in her home five years ago.
    Paul Kitagaki Jr. |
  • GKK2EP90O.4Senior Photographer
    Children’s clothing designed and made by Ana Manzano, owner of ana apple,Wednesday, June 11, 2014 Manzano is this year’s winner of the Downtown Sacramento Partnership’s “Calling All Dreamers” business competition.
    Paul Kitagaki Jr. |
  • Andy Paul owner of Andy's Candy Apothecary gives a sample to Lisa Ly and her disband Eric Good and their daughter Adia Ly-Good shop Tuesday June 10, 2014 in Sacramento, Calif. Andy's Candy Apothecary is the winner of the 2013 "Calling all Dreamers" contest. The contest provided a year of rent free and start up money to help the business get off the ground.
    Paul Kitagaki Jr. |
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