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On-line registration for the 2014 ICES New Mexico Convention and Show is now closed

On-site registration begins at 3pm local time on Tuesday, July 29 in the East Complex Lobby of the Albuquerque Convention Center, 401 2nd Street NW, Albuquerque, NM 87102

 

balloon whiteThe 2014 New Mexico Convention and Show Committee is pleased to extend an invitation to join us at the 39th Annual ICES Convention and Show in Albuquerque. Sugar artists from around the world will be in attendance sharing their knowledge and skills as well as innovations in the sugar arts.

Albuquerque and its surroundings offer an abundance of things to see and do, with easy access to such destinations as Los Alamos and historic Santa Fe, as well as an eclectic mix of daytime activities and neon nightlife.

The true Southwest awaits you in Albuquerque . . . come immerse yourself in the rich culture and heritage, rooted in centuries of history.  Soak in the blue skies and sun that shines 310 days a year.  The high desert air always carries a scent of piñon wood and sage.

Albuquerque features a diverse cityscape. From its vibrant downtown which supports historic preservation to its Route 66 landmarks, Albuquerque is the largest city in New Mexico and the 32nd largest in the U.S.; it surrounds the fourth largest river in the US, the Rio Grande; the city maintains six major bridges across the river.

Albuquerque is home to many thriving arts organizations including over 100 art galleries and studios, professional theatre, and museums.

It has over 100 parks, many award-winning golf courses and other numerous outdoor activities. Whether it is skiing the Sandia Mountains, or kayaking down the Rio Grande, you’ll find an activity for every whim.

Should you find yourself with leisure time to spend exploring the Albuquerque area, the on-site Convention and Visitor Bureau or hotel concierge can help you visit historic Old Town Albuquerque or book a tee time. The choices are plentiful. For those who enjoy a scenic excursion, Rail Runner Express has train service from downtown Albuquerque that takes about an hour.

The 2014 New Mexico Show Committee wants you to have as much fun as possible while in Albuquerque and are excited to tour “Around the World in Eighty Cakes” with YOU!!!

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