Since 2001, the total measurable economic impact of San Antonio-area manufacturing has more than tripled, according to a new report.
Thousands of event industry professionals will gather this week at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center for the largest meeting about meetings in the world.
San Antonio’s travel and tourism promotion bureau, Visit San Antonio, introduced a new membership model at its annual meeting Thursday.
Founded in 2006, Volaris currently offers more destinations from Mexico into the U.S. than any other Mexican airline.
Port Aransas has been a popular coastal destination for decades, but its beaches and piers will be largely deserted during this year’s Labor Day weekend.
The list of signatures includes several prominent conservative leaders in the local community.
San Antonio fared well in the 2017 rankings, climbing two ranks from 12th in 2016, surpassing Chicago and San Francisco.
Visit San Antonio and the city’s hospitality partners have been – and will remain – vocal opponents to any moves that will negatively affect our industry.
While San Antonio wrestles with formulating rules for short-term rentals, the Texas Legislature is considering a bill that would limit local regulations.
Short-term rentals are more than a hotel alternative – they distribute tourism dollars more evenly across San Antonio.