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The $907 million Green Build Terminal 2 expansion at San Diego International Airport was recently named Best Project, in annual awards bestowed by the industry news publication Engineering News-Record, published by McGraw-Hill Construction.
San Diego finished second to Bermuda in a high-stakes race to host the 2017 America’s Cup, according to an Associated Press report.
Some of the business events planned for the week of November 24, 2014, and beyond.
TOURISM: Promotion Key To Competing for Visitors, Increasing Hotels’ Business
A year after political turmoil disrupted its funding, handicapping its ability to compete for visitors, the San Diego Tourism Marketing District is pushing forward with efforts to boost local hotel revenue.
RETAIL: Fashion-Oriented Focus, Online Efforts Pay Off
Like its mythical namesake, Phoenix Footwear Group is recovering from a near-death experience and rising once again.
SeaPort Airlines plans to begin non-stop service between San Diego and San Felipe, in the Mexico state of Baja California, on Dec. 15.
The 36th annual Chargers Blood Drive, sponsored by San Diego County Credit Union, will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 25 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Town and Country Resort Hotel & Convention Center in Mission Valley.
The San Diego Padres are transforming Petco Park into a Holiday Wonderland that includes interactive lighting displays, falling snow, reindeer, flocked trees, and Santa Claus for 12 nights starting Dec. 5.
Some of the business events planned for the county for the week of November 17, 2014, and beyond.
TOURISM: Attraction Builds On Attention Film Generates
An old-school toymaker went Hollywood in a big way this year, as “The Lego Movie” racked up more than $468 million in global ticket sales.
GAMING: Bally Bets on S.D. Slot Designers to Pay Off
Los Angeles has pop culture, Las Vegas has the casino game industry and San Diego has an abundance of software talent.
American Wave Machines of Solana Beach said that a client plans to open an all-season indoor surf park in a city with freezing winters and more than 7 feet of snowfall per year: Montreal.
Some of the business events planned in the county for the week of Nov. 10, 2014, and beyond.
A partnership that includes Encinitas-based developer The Robert Green Co. has secured La Quinta City Council approvals for a planned $360 million mixed-use resort in that Coachella Valley community.
DINING: Chain Is Emphasizing Ingredients, Key Role of Farmers
The newly appointed CEO of San Diego-based Garden Fresh Restaurant Corp. knows the hard work involved to get to the top in his professional and personal life.