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.
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.
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.
Meeting professionals can now explore San Francisco’s Moscone Center … without visiting Moscone Center.
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.
San Francisco’s hotel owners and operators have approved the Tourism Improvement District (TID) proposed by the San Francisco Convention & Visitors Bureau (SFCVB). The TID was passed yesterday, without opposition, at the final Board of Supervisors meeting for 2008.
More than 30 San Francisco breweries, pubs, restaurants and shops are organizing SF Beer Week, Feb. 6-15, 2009, to celebrate the early roots of the modern Renaissance in artisan beers.
The San Francisco Travel Association has named Carrie Davis as director of strategic alliances. In this role, Davis will be responsible for developing and managing strategic and integrated partnerships that drive incremental revenue and further the mission of San Francisco Travel.