|Mobile billboard advertising
catches your eye. Imagine the impact of your ad on a moving billboard
truck at the Moscone Center, before and after a Giants game at AT&T
Park, Fisherman's Wharf, Chinatown, Little Italy, or Union Street
in San Francisco.
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||The Moscone Convention Center
hosts an ongoing schedule of conventions and meetings in three adjacent
The center consists of more than two million square feet of building
area, including over 700,000 square of exhibit space, up to 106 meeting
rooms, and nearly 123,000 square feet of prefunction lobbies.
In 2004, 937,440 attendees or exhibitors registered or were ticketed
for an event.
||One of the most prominent
features of South Beach is AT&T Park, home of the San Francisco
South Beach is San Franciscos newest, up-and-coming neighborhood.
Located between Pier 40 and AT&T Park, 1/2 mile south of the Bay
Bridge on the Embarcadero, South Beach Harbor enjoys beautiful weather,
access to great sailing and spectacular views of the City skyline.
||The most popular tourist destinations
in San Francisco, Fisherman's Wharf alone has enough to see and do
to consume any vacation.
The area is one of the stopping points of the famous cable car
rides and houses gobs of attractions.
||San Francisco is the largest
Chinatown outside Asia. A population of around 70,000 live in 30 square
Each February, Chinatown is the focal point for one of The City's
most popular festivals, Chinese New Year - a week's worth of fascinating
The Annual Autumn Moon Festival is held in September, and the Chinatown
Night Market Fair is held October to December.
||North Beach, rich in Italian
heritage compresses cabarets, jazz clubs, galleries, family style
restaurants and gelato parlors into less than a square mile.
Each June, the North Beach Festival, San Francisco's oldest street
fair, unfolds along Grant Avenue and Green Street.
Each October, North Beach celebrates its Italian heritage by paying
tribute to Christopher Columbus. A series of traditional events that
include the blessing of The City's fishing fleet and a festa in the
wharf area culminate with a grand parade.
||Fascinating art stores and
galleries are scattered throughout Union Street, exhibiting and selling
everything from rice-paper lamps, stunning landscapes and cityscapes,
crystal sculpture, vintage timepieces, the latest European fashions,
Old World wooden toys, unique decorative arts and reproductions. The
annual Union Street Spring Festival adds to the fun.