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Street Level

Level 200

Level 300

River Level

GA Business Office

The business office is located in Room 223 of the HBGCC.

 Hours of operation are:

Monday, July 25 - 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Tuesday-Thursday, July 26-28 - 8:00 a.m. - Noon & 1:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Friday, July 29 - 8:00 a.m. - Noon


The HBGCC offers several dining options:


Cafeteria (back of Exhibit Hall)

Market Area Café (east main lobby)

El Puente (west lobby)

Grab-N-Go Area (hallway between main and west)

The Broken Crust (patio, hallway between main and west)

Mural Café (kiosk across from Room 213)

Nursing Mothers Stations

There are two areas designated to provide an area of privacy for nursing Mothers:

- Located in the Lobby Corridor, room 1212. (Street Level)

- Located adjacent to Room 215 (Meeting Room Level) 


Delegates can be dropped off at the HBGCC entrance, 900 E. Market St.

The Convention Center garage is the closest to both entrance doors off Market Street.  

The daily price of $10 does not include in and out privileges. 

First Aid/Health Care

On-Site Medical Services will be in the Exhibit Hall.

Physically Challenged Seating

Seating for the physically challenged is available on the main floor of the general session area.  The HBGCC is in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and is designed with wheelchair ramps, automatic doors, passenger elevators and handicap-accessible restroom facilities.

Wheelchair Rentals

Wheelchairs/Scooters - Rentals of wheelchairs and motorized scooters are available through Tom’s Wheelchair Rentals. They can be reached at (210) 223-7878 or at toms Pickup and delivery is available.

General Assembly COVID Statement

As planning for the 78th International General Assembly has taken place, we have been vigilant in preparing for COVID-19.  The convention center and City of San Antonio have worked with and advised us in this capacity.


As everyone adjusts to the new normal, let’s continue to be cautious in light of the pandemic. We urge respect of anyone’s desire to be cautious with distancing, sanitizing hands, or other precautions that one feels may need to be taken. Frequent hand washing and other protective steps that we learned over the past two years are encouraged. In addition, please take note of any signs that may be posted at the convention center during the Assembly.


Should anyone feel the need, during the General Assembly, the Information Booth in the front of the Exhibit Hall will have a list of COVID testing locations in close proximity to the Convention Center.


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