Beginning Earth Day, April 22, the Los Angeles Tourism & Convention Board (LA Tourism) invites travelers to be a part of this green movement with the launch of “Car Free LA,” an eco-friendly initiative designed to showcase the city’s unexpected car-free offerings.
Momentous Occasions Give Visitors Plenty of Reasons to Get Their Culture On, from the Natural History Museum’s Centennial to Walt Disney Concert Hall’s 10th Anniversary to the 90th Birthday of the Hollywood Sign.
The second largest city in the U.S. constantly recreates itself, always adding to its list of exciting attractions. The following is a brief synopsis of upcoming sites to see. (Contact names and numbers are for media use only.)
The Los Angeles Tourism & Convention Board (LA Tourism) has named veteran hotelier Klaus Peters to the newly created position of Vice President, Client Services, it was announced today by Roberta Rinker-Ludloff, Senior Vice President Sales and Client Services.