San Diego Convention Center expected to bring in over $1 billion in 2014

The 760,000-square-foot San Diego Convention Center, which first opened in 1989, and whose construction cost $165 million, has slated 111 events so far for 2014, which is expected to generate $1.4 billion and $20.6 million in tax revenues for San Diego, California, a report released on Monday, December 30 showed.

The shows are expected to account for 690,000 room nights at area hotels from 858,000 attendees, according to predictions by the San Diego Convention Center Corp.

Among the major meetings include those for the National Collegiate Athletic Association, which starts on January 15. Meanwhile, February 11-13 will showcase the first largely-attended trade show of the year in San Diego, the West 2014 maritime event, which is expected to bring in around 12,000 guests.

More events with shorter-term bookings will be added throughout the year to the convention center’s 2014 calendar.

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