JUL 2016

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⎜ ConventionSouth ⎜ J U L Y 2 0 1 6 w w w . c o n v e n t i o n s o u t h . c o m 30 Small Markets...Big On Meetings! Sponsored Content rom our scenic River Walk, to the rugged San Angelo State Park; from our grand historic structures to our culturally sophisticated museums- San Angelo has it all. And at the San Angelo Convention & Visitors Bureau, we are here to help you make the most of it. We provide the support you need to choose from San Angelo's wide range of facilities, attractions, and accommodations, and help you plan and host the most successful convention or meeting possible. Our friendly professional staff makes planning a visit simple, carefree and even fun. We will gladly serve as liaison with local vendors and even assist you in your marketing efforts. There's something for everybody in San Angelo. San Angelo is a getaway that offers the perfect blend of West Texas charm, outdoor recreation, culture & arts, and just plain old fun. This modern city of nearly 100,000 people is located near the center of Texas and is home to a rich western heritage and a variety of attractions. San Angelo has added approximately 1,000 new hotel rooms over the last year, from various franchises and independent hotels. San Angelo's famous El Paseo de Santa Angela connects the historic center of the city with Fort Concho National Historic Landmark and a variety of other historical & cultural attractions. In addition, San Angelo hosts an active arts community, highlighted by the San Angelo Museum of Fine Art and the San Angelo Civic Theater. In April of 2011, San Angelo's own "Texas Dawn" water lily was designated as the official Water Lily of Texas, hybridized by Ken Landon, at the San Angelo International Lily Garden. Running through the center of town and home to beautiful, one-of-a-kind freshwater mussel pearls called "Concho Pearls," the Concho River is a key feature of San Angelo. n F Planning A Group Meeting—No Problem. Getting Everyone To Return Home—Good Luck. Jenni Hutcheson Director of Sales Jenni graduated from Angelo State University with a Bachelor's Degree in Business Management & has been the Director of Sales and Servicing for the San Angelo CVB for 13 years. San Angelo CVB (325) 655-4136 Full Service AƩenƟon with West Texas n Flair r !

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