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Posts from March 2010

This is the first of many blog posts from the Wine Gals about Sacramento wineries. My name is Julie and I work for the Sacramento Convention & Visitors Bureau. I also work at Bogle Winery a few weekends a month pouring wine in the Tasting Room. I…
The Capital is really becoming known for its abundance of restaurants and chefs that use locally grown foods and ingredients to create wonderful menus. Over the next few months, we’ll share with you the many places you can go for dining in…
The ring is on the finger, the veil is soon to come, but a girl can’t walk down the aisle before taking stage and proclaiming her last night of freedom in the infamous tradition we like to call “The Bachelorette Party.” Her name is Stephanie, she…

Rachael Revealed

Mar 23, 2010

I love Sacramento. Born & raised here, I just can't seem to leave! Somehow, I was fortunate enough to stumble upon this great project of managing Sacramento365.com, the year-round source for Sacramento events. It is quickly becoming the premier…
We recently had a prospective convention customer (let's call her 'Ann') come see Sacramento for the first time. Among the impressions with which she walked away was how her convention would garner the city's and entire Downtown convention/visitor…
Well, he did it. SCVB President & CEO Steve Hammond, part of Team Ault Hammond, got his head shaved as part of St. Baldricks Shaving the Way to Conquer Kids Cancer fundraiser last night at deVere's Irish Pub. There's lots to say, but really, the…

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