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Social Media Etiquette from the Experts – Teenagers

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There are four basic rules to social media per teenagers. So what makes these teenagers the experts? They have grown up with these tools of course, but let’s face it they are on social media for one main reason. They are not selling or promoting something, they are just being, well….social.

You’ve heard the solution to your IT or phone issue is to find a teenager right?  Well now those teenagers are partnering with some major brand advertisers to share their views on what’s trending before it trends. Here are the four critical social media lessons recently shared by teens.

TID Lawsuit Dismissed

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California Travel has announced the Superior Court of California dismissed on standing the lawsuit challenging the San Diego TID (Tourism Improvement District). With the change to the San Diego TMD to assess only properties with 70 rooms or more, the plaintiff no longer had a standing resulting in the dismissal of the case.

The TID Steering Committee for Cal Travel is moving forward on the TID Protection Plan.  Although the immediate threat is gone for now, TID’s remain vulnerable.  By the end of this month a final report will be presented by Tourism Economics. 

Bob Hope USO Welcomes Traveling Troops

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Terminal One of Ontario International Airport, known as the old terminal by many, is home to the Bob Hope USO. Ranked number one in the nation as a small USO, it is the second largest USO facility in the nation. With 10,000 square feet of space our traveling military troops find a place to relax, catch up on sleep, movies, emails, or homework. There is a family room, complete with portable play pen and coloring books in case their family is on layover. The recreation room comes with a pool table, ping pong table, and air hockey.


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We are rived up and ready for one last summer event before Autumn official starts on September 22.  his year the Ontario Town Square summer series of concerts and movies in the park had a higher attendance than ever recorded. Over 55,000 people attended the events from mid-May to mid-August. Our local community came out in droves to enjoy the free events that included live music, vendors, kid’s activities, food and beverage. The addition of a certified Farmers Market on Wednesdays was included this year.

Harvest Festival Original Art & Craft Show Returns to the Ontario Convention Center


A haven for all things handmade, the Ontario Harvest Festival® Original Art & Craft Show returns to the Ontario Convention Center October 7-9 with a stunning array of 24,000 original creations all under one roof. With live entertainment, strolling entertainers, crafting demonstrations, contests, and a Kidzone, the festivities transform shopping into an adventure.



On Wednesday, July 13, 2016 the Ontario International Airport Authority (OIAA) officials hailed final passage of federal legislation facilitating the transfer of Ontario International Airport (ONT) to local control. The legislation for ONT was included in a bill to extend the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) programs and policies beyond July 15, 2016. The bill passed in the House on a voice vote and was approved in the Senate on an 89-4 vote.



Dedicated in August, 2006, the Lewis Family Playhouse in Rancho Cucamonga is an intimate, state of the art, performing arts center with 560 seats on two levels. From professional, family-friendly theater productions to live concerts and comedy shows, the Lewis Family Playhouse offers something for everyone. When visiting Rancho Cucamonga, a night at the Lewis Family Playhouse is a must-do activity!




Projected 2015 Travel Impacts (source: Dean Runyan Associates)


Travel and tourism is one of California’s most important engines for economic growth. Travelers spend hundreds of millions of dollars in communities across California every day, spending a projected $122.5 billion in 2015 which directly supported $41.3 billion in earnings for over one million California employees.



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