December 3rd, 2009

The International Associational of Hispanic Meeting Professionals invites you to the 14th Annual International Conference & Trade Show Expo on December 6-9, 2009 at the Hyatt Regency Tech Center in Denver, Colorado. The annual conference has earned an impressive reputation for delivering a high quality content driven program. The event is also recognized as the largest convening of Hispanic meeting professionals from throughout the USA, Puerto Rico, Mexico, Central/South America, Spain and…

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November 5th, 2009

Clara Carter-2009 Women Who Mean Business Honoree

presented by the San Diego Business JournalOCTOBER 27, 2009 — 1,300 people gathered to celebrate the 167 Women Who Mean Business Nominees at a luncheon located at the Town and Country Hotel and Convention Center in Mission Valley. Meg Whitman, former eBay President and CEO as well as California gubernatorial Candidate, served as the keynote speaker, along with event emcees Patricia Brown and Geni Cavitt who announced the 33 honorees to include Ms. Clara Carter.This is an annual event that…

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October 26th, 2009

San Diego Event Décor – provides custom prop designs and fabrication, elegant floral arrangements and a professional staff that will transform your event to a spectacular “WOW” experience! In their 6,000 sq. foot warehouse you will find a large selection of décor, fabrics, furniture, custom bars, backdrops, columns, lighting and more. Seeking unique and creative ideas for your next meeting or convention, look no further give San Diego Event Décor a call, 858-277-0047 or visit their…

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September 23rd, 2009

City HeightsIn the 1880s, Entrepreneurs purchased over 240 acres unincorporated that sat 400 feet above sea level northeast of Balboa Park in hopes of developing the area, and named it City Heights.One of the most diverse communities in San Diego with more than 30 languages spoken, City Heights is a neighborhood on the rise. Along the main streets (which include University Avenue, El Cajon Boulevard and Fairmount Avenue) one can find Hispanic, East African, African American, Indian, Middle…

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September 9th, 2009

Sep 2, 2009 2:35 PM, By Dave KovaleskiA citizen’s task force appointed by Mayor Jerry Sanders gave the thumbs up to a $753 million expansion of the San Diego Convention Center. While it still requires an additional land purchase, city council approval, and financing, the expansion project cleared its first major hurdle.The 16-member task force voted overwhelming in favor of the expansion, estimating the new space would bring $698 million in revenue annually to the region, according to…

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