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San Diego city and tourism officials recently announced the return of Kids Free San Diego, an annual promotion offering visitors and locals family-friendly discounts during the month of October.
Some of the business events happening in the county for the week of October 13, 2014.
Encinitas-based developer The Robert Green Co. and Montage Hotels & Resorts of Laguna Beach have begun construction on Pendry San Diego, a new 317-room luxury hotel in downtown San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter.
Dining: Young Adults Will Pay For Healthful Choices
As young adults push for more healthful, fresher, and tastier food, many San Diego County restaurants are responding by updating their menus and being more transparent about the source of their food.
DINING: Rubio’s Efforts At Rebranding Part of Fast-Casual Competition
Leaders of Rubio’s Restaurants Inc. are taking steps to ensure that the look and feel of its eateries carry elements of the Carlsbad-based company’s DNA.
Some of the business events scheduled in the county for the week of October 6, 2014.
TOURISM: Extra Efforts Needed as Expansion of Center Hits Roadblock
Facing recent declines in overall convention attendance and the likelihood that an expansion won’t happen anytime soon, local tourism officials have launched a five-year plan to fill San Diego Convention Center with large group gatherings.
Carlsbad-based Rubio’s Restaurants Inc. plans a redesign of 60 of its California restaurants, with a rebranding of those locations under the name Rubio’s Coastal Grill.
Some of the business events planned in the county for the week of Sept. 22, 2014.
Legend3D Inc., the Carlsbad company that converts two dimensional films to three-dimensional formats for movie studios, said founder, chief technical officer and chief creative officer Barry Sandrew left the company “to focus on entrepreneurial endeavors.”
The San Diego Padres will mark Mexican Independence Day and Hispanic Heritage Month at Tuesday’s game against the Philadelphia Phillies with some Mexican-themed spectacle and celebration.
In an effort to expand its audience, the revitalized San Diego Opera, which was rescued from liquidation in April, launched a free outreach program called Opera Exposed.
Some of the business events scheduled in the county for the week of Sept. 15, 2014.
TOURISM: Good Room Metrics Boost Prices of Properties
San Diego topped all other California counties for the value of hotel property sales deals completed in the first half of 2014, according to the latest data from Atlas Hospitality Group, and the local region will likely see increasing scrutiny from investors amid continuing improvement in the hospitality economy.
TRANSPORT: Cab Owner Says Market Can’t Handle More
The unhappiness in taxicab owner Tony Hueso’s voice is apparent as he sums up the plan to expand the number of cabs on the streets of San Diego.