Sacramento Farm-to-Fork Program Launches New Website

SACRAMENTO, Calif.-As the Sacramento region's explosive culinary scene and agricultural innovations continue to gain widespread recognition, the Farm-to-Fork program has re-launched its website to better showcase the depth of the region's farm-fresh offerings. The newly revised farmtofork.com reflects the program's mission to establish the region's…

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New Tourism Figures Shows Industry's Impact in Sacramento

SACRAMENTO, Calif. - The country's tourism industry is wrapping up National Travel & Tourism Week, recognizing the significant role that the tourism industry plays in the U.S. economy. Locally, most Sacramento residents know that agriculture, government and healthcare are big players in the Capital City. But under the radar, Sacramento's tourism…

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Sacramento Music Festival Announces 2015 Lineup

SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Whether you like modern rock, Dixieland jazz, country, gospel or bluegrass, the 42 nd edition of the Sacramento Music Festival continues down the path of musical diversity for 2015. Some of the bands for this year's Festival include Tower of Power, Everclear, Eve 6, Shawn Mullins, Gloriana and the Latin-tinged rock and roll…

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Sacramento Convention & Visitors Bureau Launches Inclusive Advertising Campaign

SACRAMENTO, Calif. - California's Capital City has long been a destination for families, boasting historic sites, museums, parks and kid-approved restaurants. Now, the Sacramento Convention & Visitors Bureau (SCVB) is adding a new layer to its existing family marketing campaign that aims to inspire families of all types to visit the city. The…

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Raise a Pint in Sacramento

America's Farm-to-Fork Capital sees craft brewing explosion SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Once home to the largest craft brewery in the Golden State, Sacramento's beer scene is back - in a big way. Home to more than 40 breweries, the Sacramento region is embracing its agricultural roots to create homegrown beers that are quickly attracting international…

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SACRAMENTO CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU LAUNCHES NEW VOLUNTEER PROGRAM

New opportunity to be a part of the region's most exciting events SACRAMENTO, Calif. -There's never been a more exciting time to be in Sacramento. To bring residents to the front lines of that excitement, the Sacramento Convention & Visitors Bureau (SCVB) and Sacramento Sports Commission are inviting the community to play a key role in producing…

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EXPLORE CALIFORNIA’S HIDDEN WINE COUNTRY

New guide offers insider tips on the Sacramento wine region SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Imagine a leisurely afternoon of wine tasting, where the winemaker pours you a glass as she tells you about the grapes grown nearby. The atmosphere is relaxed and friendly, and perhaps best of all, your tastings are affordable and delicious. While this may sound like…

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Convention & Visitors Bureau Names Mike Testa as Chief Operating Officer

Newly created position designed to manage organizational and program expansions SACRAMENTO, CA- The Sacramento Convention & Visitors Bureau (SCVB) has named Mike Testa Chief Operating Officer (COO). Over the past two years, the SCVB has demonstrated dramatic growth in convention hotel room night production and has expanded its business focus with…

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New Year's Eve Sky Spectacular

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Sidney Scheideman 916-541-2396 December 9, 2014 Countdown to 2015 with the New Year's Eve Sky Spectacular! Free Community Celebration Includes Two Firework Displays, Entertaining Live Music Line-Up & More SACRAMENTO, CA. - Sacramento's most anticipated New Year's Eve celebration, the 15th Annual New Year's Eve Sky…

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Farm-to-Fork Restaurant Weeks kick off Saturday

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Angie Pappas 916.431.2731 apappas@calrest.org Note: Interviews and demonstrations with restaurateurs, chefs and participating charities are available upon request. Farm-to-Fork Restaurant Weeks kick off Saturday Presented by the CRA Sacramento chapter, event will benefit food banks, Food Literacy Center through Sept…

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