The Mission of the San Gabriel Valley Economic Partnership's Tourism & Hospitality Coalition is to assess the current and future opportunities for marketing the SGV as a tourist destination and what organizational structure would best enhance and promote these opportunities.
The Tourism Coalition is responsible for exhibiting what an extraordinary place the San Gabriel Valley is to visit, which is quite easy due to the vast amount of entertainment the Valley has to offer. We like to think that there is no need to travel to LA when the San Gabriel Valley offers world class culture, fine dining, entertainment, activities and endless discoveries.
||In Fall 2012, the Tourism Coalition released a soft launch of DiscoverSGV.com, a tourism initiative focused at capturing a larger piece of the regional tourism audience and to drive traffic to the area by marketing the San Gabriel Valley as an affordable, accessible tourism destination with a wide variety of amenities. Discover San Gabriel Valley aims to attract visitors to the region via a comprehensive website, social media, print and digital advertisements, brochure map, traditional media and newsletters. Become a fan at facebook.com/DiscoverSGV or twitter.com/DiscovertheSGV.|
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Your Guide to the San Gabriel Valley
Looking for something to do this weekend? Have guests in town, want to entertain them? A concept developed by the Tourism Coalition, the '36 Hours' articles are your guide to a weekend in the San Gabriel Valley. View them below.
36 Hours in SGV - Arcadia, Monrovia and Sierra Madre
36 Hours in SGV - Azusa, Covina, Glendora and San Dimas
36 Hours in SGV - Claremont, Pomona, Walnut and La Verne
36 Hours in SGV - Industry, Hacienda Heights, Rowland Heights and Diamond Bar
36 Hours in SGV - South El Monte, Baldwin Park, La Puente and West Covina
36 Hours in SGV - Pasadena, La Canada Flintridge, South Pasadena and San Marino
36 Hours in SGV - Alhambra, Monterey Park, San Gabriel and Montebello
36 Hours in SGV - El Monte, Rosemead and Temple City
View some of the great delicacies the San Gabriel Valley has to offer.
SGVEP News Release
Have you Discovered San Gabriel Valley? February 7th, 2011
SGVEP in the News on Tourism
Tourism helps drive the economy - SGV offers something for everyone - October 28, 2010
Tourism is big - October 19, 2010