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Posts from September 2008

Tuesday, September 16, 2008 12:00 AM by Visit Mesa

2009 MESA VISITORS GUIDE NOW AVAILABLE

The 2009 Official Mesa Visitors Guide , published by the Mesa Convention & Visitors Bureau, is hot off the presses and available now for visitors and residents wanting to know more about Mesa’s popular tourism offerings. This year’s Official Mesa Visitors Guide includes full-length features paired with comprehensive listings on Mesa businesses in the following categories: Museum & Cultural Venues, Attractions & Activities, Golf, Sports & Recreation, Dining & Nightlife and Shopping.   Special listings in this year’s 64-page book include themed Kid’s Activities, a

Tuesday, September 16, 2008 12:00 AM by Visit Mesa

ALLEGIANT AIRLINES ANNOUNCES NEW ROUTES AND SERVICE

Low-cost airline, Allegiant Air, LLC, is gearing up for a busy winter tourism season adding five new markets to their already impressive roster of favorite small cities across America. The airline is the only commercial carrier flying into Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport , a dynamic reliever airport to Phoenix ’s Sky Harbor International Airport servicing the east Phoenix metropolitan area which includes Mesa – Arizona ’s third-largest city.   Beginning this October, the airline will provide the only non-stop, low-cost service to the following new cities from Mesa, Ariz.: Eugene, Medford and

Tuesday, September 16, 2008 12:00 AM by Visit Mesa

Summer 2008

Mesa, Arizona is fast becoming the Valley’s next urban hot spot boasting an assortment of new tourism developments with more on the horizon. Located in the Valley of the Sun just minutes from Phoenix and Scottsdale, Mesa has long been revered as a winter haven offering premier accommodations, golf and an enviable location boasting a close proximity to Tonto National Forest showcasing Arizona’s vast Sonoran Desert. Today, the state’s third-largest city is home to its own passenger traffic airport, a new 250-acre retail destination complex and Arizona ’s largest art and