San Francisco is Named One of the World’s “Happiest Cities” by Forbes Magazine

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San Francisco has been named one of “The World’s Happiest Cities” in an article posted Sept. 2, 2009 on Forbes.com. San Francisco, which ranks seventh out of ten listed cities, is the only city in North America to be included in what the magazine calls “urban centers closely associated with unmitigated joy.”

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San Francisco Travel celebrates long term benefits to Giants victory in the World Series

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The San Francisco Giants’ victory in the 2010 World Series will have long term benefits to San Francisco, according to Joe D’Alessandro, president and chief executive officer of the San Francisco Travel Association.

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San Francisco's Moscone Center Undergoing $56 Million Upgrade and Renovation

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The San Francisco Travel Association, the City and County of San Francisco, and the San Francisco Tourism Improvement District (SFTID) continues to make great progress on delivering a two-year, $56 million upgrade and renovation of the Moscone Center, with an expected completion date of May 2012.

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San Francisco Travel’s New Gay Travel Website Reminds Visitors “The Gate is Always Open”

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San Francisco has always opened its golden gates to gay and lesbian visitors. To reinforce this warm welcome, the San Francisco Travel Association has redesigned its gay travel website and developed a new marketing campaign to remind lesbian, gay, bisexual and transsexual (LGBT) travelers that “The Gate is Always Open for You.”

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Fact Sheet: U.S. Travel Association’s International Pow Wow — San Francisco May 21–25, 2011

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U.S. Travel Association’s International Pow Wow is the travel industry's premier international marketplace and is the largest generator of Visit USA travel - it is NOT a typical trade show.

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San Francisco Named "Greenest City in North America"

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Mayor Edwin M. Lee today announced that San Francisco has received the distinction as the "greenest" city in North America in the first North American Green Cities Index. Announced at the 2011 Aspen Ideas Festival, San Francisco was ranked ahead of New York, Seattle, Denver and Boston as the top five "greenest" U.S. cities

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