Vince D’Adamo

When Vince’s journalism career began, his vision was broadcasting but writing became the path for his sports passion. The rest, as they say, is history.

Vince received his BA from the University of Nebraska in Broadcast Journalism but along the way gained experience as a writer for his college newspaper, the Daily Nebraskan. 

For 19 years, he was blessed to have a career as a sports reporter, mainly for Napa Valley Publishing but also for and Silver & Black Illustrated. The former was a startup online news service that no longer exists. The latter is a fan magazine for the Oakland Raiders. 

In December 2014, Vince changed careers, becoming a delivery driver for Alhambra Water. However, writing remains his passion as he helps his former employer with high school football coverage and maintaining a blog.

Vince is quoted as saying, “I’m honored that Golden Shores Communications reached out to me to become a copywriter, it’s one that I don’t take lightly.”

Favorite Quote
“Hard work beats talent when talent doesn’t want to work hard.”

Favorite Vacation Spot
Give me an ocean and I could spend a month of Sundays there.

If you had to eat the same meal every day for the rest of your life, what would it be?
Italian sausage (you could substitute steak or lamb), pasta, roasted red bell peppers, eggplant and zucchini.

Who Inspires You?
My father, Joe, along with my grandfathers for whom I was named, Vincenzo and Alfredo.

What is your favorite holiday?

What movie can you watch repeatedly and never get sick of?
Give me most any movie with Joe Pesci and I’ll be laughing like nobody’s business.

On the weekends, you can find me
Watching sports, be it my favorite college or pro teams and/or my kids. From time-to-time, you might find me firing up a batch of homemade pasta sauce or minestrone soup.