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American Association of Independent Music Conference
San Francisco, California
August 2015
The American Association of Independent Music would like to welcome you to San Francisco, California. The following information packet will be your guide to our August 2015 convention to celebrate independent music producers and up and coming names in the industry. We thank you for choosing to attend our conference and are excited to meet you in San Francisco!
CVB: San Francisco Travel
The San Francisco Travel Association, which acts as the city’s Convention & Visitors Bureau, was originally founded as the San Francisco Convention and Tourist League in 1909. After an extremely destructive earthquake and fire in 1906, the non-profit local business association was created to “reclaim the City’s position as a world-class destination” (San Francisco Travel). Today, the mission of the Association is “to enhance the local economy by marketing San Francisco and the Bay Area as a premier destination for conventions, meetings, events, and leisure travel” (San Francisco Travel). They are a private, not-for-profit, membership organization that is led by a Board of Directors made up of 45 business leaders of various companies, elected by the membership. In 2003 the Association set up a charitable foundation with the goal of raising scholarship money for students enrolled in local hospitality management programs and to produce more educational programs.
The association’s executive team is led by Joe D’Alessandro, President and CEO, and is comprised of four vice presidents and eight other general departments. These departments include media relations, partner development, membership services, convention sales, convention services, marketing, tourism, and administrative services. San Francisco Travel Association has four offices, two in the city and two located outside. The…...

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