San Diego

Located on the coast of the Pacific Ocean in Southern California, San Diego boasts an average temperature of above 70 degrees. With an average of only 42 rainy days per year, there is a good chance the forecast will be sunny throughout your visit. This city offers plenty of exciting attractions including miles of white-sand beaches, the San Diego Zoo, Seaworld San Diego, Balboa Park and the Cabrillo National Monument as well as multiple casinos, parks and museums.

San Diego Convention Center

The mission of the San Diego Convention Center is to generate significant economic benefits for the greater San Diego region by hosting international and national conventions and trade shows.

San Diego is one of the most vibrant cities in the United States with military, tourism, research, manufacturing and biotech as its primary industries. The San Diego Convention Center is at the heart of all the action in downtown surrounded by over 11,000 hotel rooms. Abundant, flexible space and five-star service make the San Diego Convention Center ideal for hosting conventions, trade shows, meetings and special events.

Los Angeles

Los Angeles is second largest city in the United States and one of the most populated metropolitan areas in the world.
Los Angeles is a global leader in the entertainment industry including music, television, motion pictures and video games. Some popular attractions include the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Pantages theatre, Universal Studios Hollywood, Third Street Promenade and Santa Monica Pier. The City of Angles offers warm, sandy beaches stretching from Ventura to Orange County. The city is also known for its night-life from trendy restaurants and hotels to live comedy and music.

Downtown Los Angeles is home to the Los Angeles Convention Center which hosts special events and conventions such as the Primetime Emmy Awards’ Governor’s Ball and the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3).

San Francisco

Only 7×7 miles, the city of San Francisco is one of the most stunning cities in the world.  Panoramic views can be enjoyed throughout San Francisco’s stylish neighborhoods. Each boasts its own unique shops, restaurants and culture. Head over to North Beach for authentic Italian or spice it up in the Mission District with some delicious Mexican cuisine. Popular attractions include the renown Golden Gate Bridge, Palace of the Fine Arts, Pier 39 and Fisherman’s Wharf. Many visitors also enjoy taking a scenic drive to Napa, Sonoma or Healdsburg to experience Northern California’s Wine Country.

San Francisco’s main industries include finance, technology, biotechnology, aerospace, trade and shipping. Due to these industries, Bay Area residents have the third highest discretionary income in the United States despite the elevated cost of living.