Summer will officially arrive on June 21, 2010 and through the end of October visitors to San Francisco may listen to the San Francisco Symphony, hum along to a libretto with the San Francisco Opera, watch movies under the stars, or enjoy Shakespeare in the park — all for free.
In an effort to extend the economic impact of San Francisco’s tourism industry into the city’s diverse neighborhoods, the San Francisco Convention & Visitors Bureau has created a new Neighborhood Membership Grants program.
he San Francisco Convention & Visitors Bureau has expanded its ever-growing tool kit for meeting planners by enhancing “MeetingMarketer,” a valuable resource for creating successful, well-attended events and meetings in San Francisco.
The San Francisco Convention & Visitors Bureau, in partnership with San Francisco International Airport, has announced the appointment of The Vision Group of Companies, based in Toronto, Canada, to promote San Francisco as the preferred U.S. destination and San Francisco International Airport as the preferred gateway into San Francisco, California, and the western region.
The San Francisco Convention & Visitors Bureau celebrated its 100th Annual Luncheon on July 6 at a luncheon attended by nearly 1,000 people at Moscone West in San Francisco.
Janice Wong-Perez has joined the San Francisco Convention & Visitors Bureau (SFCVB) as convention services manager.
Rick Hud has been named national sales manager, Midwest, for the San Francisco Convention & Visitors Bureau (SFCVB).
More than a dozen San Francisco hotels have recently completed major upgrades. Several have emerged from these transformations with new names or a re-flag under another hotel brand.
Mary Gallagher, CMP, has been named national sales manager, Eastern Region, for the San Francisco Convention & Visitors Bureau.