San Francisco offers more than 40 neighborhoods, each with a distinct history, atmosphere and personality. The San Francisco Convention & Visitors Bureau has developed a new section on its Web site to help visitors discover and explore the city from end to end.
San Francisco has always been at the forefront of the green movement, especially now with hybrid taxis, a ban on plastic bags, a solar-paneled convention center, a solar-paneled scoreboard at AT&T ballpark and scores of hotels, restaurants attractions and tours doing their part.
Today American Express was named the Official Card Partner of the San Francisco Convention & Visitors Bureau. The partnership will help SFCVB members extend their marketing reach and provide offers to high-spending American Express Cardmembers who visit San Francisco or live in the region
The San Francisco Convention & Visitors Bureau will present the Silver Cable Car Award to Fisherman’s Wharf at its 99th Annual Luncheon Meeting, today, at 11 a.m. at Moscone West in San Francisco.
Arriving early for check-in and security at San Francisco International Airport (SFO) just may elicit a sigh of contentment. The airport’s “jetiquette” makes traveling welcoming, interesting, fun, and – dare we say – relaxing. There are enough activities and sites to warrant placing the airport itself on a traveler’s itinerary.
“What’s New” is a listing of new venues, attractions and activities compiled by the San Francisco Convention & Visitors Bureau.
The San Francisco Convention & Visitors Bureau, in partnership with San Francisco International Airport, has opened a representation office in South Korea.
Lynn Bruni brings more than nine years of marketing industry experience to the position, including positions at Universal McCann, Simple Star, Inc. and the Exploratorium. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of California, Berkeley.