San Antonio’s travel and tourism promotion bureau, Visit San Antonio, introduced a new membership model at its annual meeting Thursday.
San Antonio fared well in the 2017 rankings, climbing two ranks from 12th in 2016, surpassing Chicago and San Francisco.
State Sen. José Menéndez said the economic impact of the bathroom bill to San Antonio is greater than any other in Texas.
The program includes VIVA Culture, Missions, and Centro routes. VIVA Centro is the most popular of the three routes with a frequency of 10 to 15 minutes.
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.
The passage of two so-called “bathroom bills” could mean an initial $411.8 million loss for the San Antonio region’s gross product each year.
The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) has chosen San Antonio to host its 109th annual convention.
San Antonio tourism workers, event managers, and city officials gathered at the Stars of Texas Ballroom at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center to hold the annual meeting of Visit San Antonio (VSA), its first as a nonprofit.
San Antonio’s revamped tourism body, Visit San Antonio, announced its inaugural 21-member board of directors Wednesday, a major milestone in its transition from being a City-run entity to a public-private nonprofit.
City Council approved an agreement Thursday that solidified the Convention and Visitors Bureau’s (CVB) transition from a City department into a private entity.