At its 101st Annual Luncheon meeting today, the San Francisco Travel Association presented the Silver Cable Car Award to the World Champion San Francisco Giants.
Richard "Dick" Shaff, general manager of San Francisco’s Moscone Center and regional vice president for SMG, has been selected as the 2011 recipient of the International Convention Center Conference (ICCC) Lifetime Achievement award from the International Association of Venue Managers, Inc. (IAVM).
San Francisco has been named the top place in America for a Fall getaway by U.S. News & World Report’s new rankings of the Best Vacations
When the San Francisco Travel Association announced a contest asking, “How would you show what you love about San Francisco in 49 seconds of video?” the answers came in 19 short videos showing both the beloved and the lesser known aspects of the city.
As San Francisco’s Moscone Center enters the final phase of its renovation, a “new” convention center is emerging in the North and South buildings.
“San Francisco is golden - How do we really stack up?” is the question to be posed at the San Francisco Travel Association’s seventh annual Northern California Visitor Industry Outlook & Marketing Conference to be held on Tuesday, March 27, at the San Francisco Marriott Marquis.
Fresh on the heels of International Pow Wow, San Francisco has scored another major travel industry event, the 2015 Meeting Professionals International (MPI) World Education Congress. Some 3,200 convention and event planners will convene and tour San Francisco on July 25-28, 2015, filling a total of 9,880 room nights and generating an estimated $6,547,232 in direct spending.
Responding to customer demand, Amtrak and its California passenger rail partners are today launching free Wi-Fi service on all three state-supported routes. The launch coincides with “Cyber Monday,” the busiest Internet holiday shopping day of the year, allowing passengers onboard to shop online.