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San Diego December Events That Will Knock Your Stockings Off

Wednesday, December 7th, 2016

San Diego December Events That Will Knock Your Stockings Off

December is a wonderful time here in San Diego. The air is a bit crisper and the holidays are around the corner, but our city is just as sunny as ever. Looking for something to do with your friends and family this month? There are plenty of San Diego December events going on, and they’re all perfect both for locals and your visiting guests.

Read on to see what’s going on this December in San Diego:

Illuminated Boat Parades

San Diego is known for its close relation with the water. After all, our beaches are world-famous, and we even have parades on the water! This month, you can catch the Parade of Lights, a distinctly San Diego tradition where dozens of brightly illuminated sailboats, powerboats, and other vessels parade the harbors and enchant onlooking landlubbers.

There are several boat parades going on, which you can catch at your convenience:

Gaslamp Holiday Pet Parade

San Diego is one of the most pet-friendly cities in the country. Everywhere you go, you’ll see dog-friendly restaurants, parks, and residences. Do you love seeing cute pets and animals? Check out the Gaslamp Holiday Pet Parade on Dec.11. This is where pet owners take their furry, scaled, and feathered pets for a stroll while decked out in their most awesome outfits.

The parade kicks off at 3 p.m., starting at MLK Promenade Park, but the best places to watch from are along Fourth & Fifth Avenues (between E and K Streets). Get there early!

Want to join the parade with your furry friend? Register here.

San Diego December Events That Will Knock Your Stockings Off

Poinsettia Bowl

The Poinsettia Bowl will be held at Qualcomm Stadium on Dec. 21. Grab up some tickets and get ready for some classic college football! Qualcomm Stadium is world-renowned for its great food and drink selection.

You can also catch the Poinsettia Bowl Gaslamp March two days before the actual game. The Gaslamp event involves an exciting battle of the bands at the end of Fifth Avenue between the two teams playing in the Bowl.

San Diego December Events That Will Knock Your Stockings Off

San Diego International Auto Show

The San Diego International Auto Show is a yearly event that draws visitors and manufacturers from all around the world. It’s held from Dec. 29 to Jan. 21 at the San Diego Convention Center. Be the first to see car models that haven’t even been released in showrooms yet! You can also talk to other car aficionados, learn some stats directly from representatives, and go for some test drives.

There’s plenty more to do at this time of year in San Diego. Of course, you can always host gatherings and holiday parties at your own place. Need new updates for your furniture and home decor needs? Contact us today at Signature Furniture Rental. We have rental items and packages to get your home ready for the season!

 

Top San Diego Sports Bars to Catch the Big Game

Wednesday, October 14th, 2015

October is a great month to be a sports fan. The NFL is in full swing, the MLB playoffs are going on, and the NHL and NBA are just about to embark on their new seasons. That’s why it’s a great idea to get yourself down to a somewhere full of big flat screen TV’s, cold drinks, and tasty grub so you can fully enjoy all the action. Luckily there are no shortage of places like this in San Diego, but here are our 5 favorite San Diego sports bars to catch the big game (or all the games).

Top San Diego Sports Bars to Catch the Big Game | Signature Furniture Rental

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How to Host a Smashing Super Bowl Party

Wednesday, January 29th, 2014

Football’s biggest day is days away, and unless you’re lucky enough to have scored tickets to the big game, you’re probably going to host an in-home shindig. Why not make it the best party you can? After all, it only comes once a year. Plus, whether you’re a die-hard fan or just watching the game so you have something to tweet about, all you have to do is fire up your television and you’re halfway there.

But if you’re clueless about how to throw a memorable fete, don’t despair. These tips from Signature Furniture Rental will ensure your Super Bowl party is the most festive get together of 2014.

How to Host the Best Super Bowl Party

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March Madness 2012 Home Party!

Friday, March 9th, 2012

With 68 teams competing, this single elimination tournament will determine the Men’s National Champion of NCAA Division College Basketball. Starting on March 11, 2012 with “Selection Sunday” the tournament is held for three weeks and will finish up with the National Championship game on April 2, 2012. March Madness 2012 is one of the most anticipated sporting events of the year, and according to Nielsen Ratings, an audience measurement system that began ratings systems for televisions in 1950, the NCAA college basketball tournament may be the highest in two decades.
Just last year, ratings increased more than 24% from 2010, which is the highest since 1991, and with the ‘show every game’ format it appears more people continue to watch, or are watching for the first time.

So, how do you celebrate and take part of March Madness 2012? Have a March Madness 2012 Home Party. Heck, have two or more. With three weeks of tournament play you’ll surely find many opportunities to share good times with friends and family.

A March Madness 2012 viewing party is easy and fun.

Here are some great tips to making your guests feel great.

  1. Decorate based on your guests’ favorite team. If everyone you invite is cheering for the same team, then get the team colors, banners, pennants, posters and flags. Encourage everyone to show spirit and dress in their team colors. If the crowd is mixed, then decorate in a more general way by using basketball images and themes so that there’s no home court advantage. After all, even if you want one team to win you don’t want friends to feel unwelcome in your home, right?
  2. Make sure you can view the game easily with great seating. If you don’t feel you have the right seating you can always rent furniture for the day or even for the full three weeks. Especially if you’re having more than one March Madness 2012 party. Of course, the most obvious part of the get together is that your television needs to be in working condition. If you need to purchase an NCAA College Basketball Tournament package, then do so before hand. Not the day of the game.
  3. Your guests are going to be hungry, as there’s nothing like sports to build up an appetite. The food you serve has got to be small and plentiful, and on good tough plastic or sturdy paper dishes. Food such as small slider beef and turkey burgers, chicken wings, nachos and dip, and pizza is always a great choice.
  4. In most cases, there will be alcohol served, but be a responsible host and have other options for guests who either don’t drink or who are being designated drivers and offer soda, juices, and lemonade. Most non-drinkers and designated drivers are responsible enough to bring their own non-alcoholic beverages, but be a perfect host anyway.

Here is the NCAA March Madness 2012 Tournament Schedule:

Selection Sunday………………. March 11
National Bracket Day………… March 12
First Four………………………….. March 13-14
Second Round……………………. March 15-16
Third Round……………………… March 17-18
Sweet 16 ……………………………..March 22-23
Elite 8 …………………………………March 24-25
Final Four …………………………..March 31
National Championship…….. April 2