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July 26, 2016 - New York Times

NYT: A Beer Garden Lays Down Roots for a Technology Hub

As part of EDC’s global identity program, we have embarked on a concerted media relations strategy to make sure we continue to amplify messages about San Diego to global audiences. As a result of these efforts, EDC is proud to share a New York Times article about the transformation of our East Village neighborhood. “A Beer Garden Lays Down Roots for a Technology Hub” quotes Councilmember Todd Gloria, Jason Kulpa (Underground Elephant), Matt Carlson (CBRE) and Reid Carr (Red Door Interactive), along with one of the ringleaders of the East Village revitalization, Stacey Pennington.

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June 21, 2016 - CBS8

Nonstop flights from San Diego to Zurich will begin in 2017

Less than two weeks after announcing Lindbergh Field's first nonstop flight to Germany, the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority said Tuesday that seasonal nonstop service will begin next year to Zurich, Switzerland. Edelweiss, a Swiss leisure carrier owned by the German airline Lufthansa, will operate flights between the two cities on Mondays and Fridays with a 314-seat Airbus A340-300, beginning June 9, 2017.

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June 16, 2016 - Worth

San Diego named a 2016 “Worth Destination”

Thanks in large part to a border economy that defies stereotypes and a world-class scientific community, a city famous for its surf is riding a different kind of wave.

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June 16, 2016 - Worth

Worth Destination: San Diego

Thanks in large part to a border economy that defies stereotypes and a world-class scientific community, a city famous for its surf is riding a different kind of wave.

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June 14, 2016 - Bllomberg

California Overtakes France to Become Sixth-Largest Economy

California has overtaken France as the world’s sixth-largest economy, fueled by strong growth and the U.S. dollar’s gains against foreign currencies. The most-populous U.S. state, with a gross domestic product of $2.5 trillion, has also eclipsed recession-plagued Brazil.

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