Destination Spotlight 31 & 113: Albuquerque

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Listen to our Destination Spotlight on Albuquerque – 23 Sept 23

 
Tania Armenta, CEO
Visit Albuquerque
www.VisitAlbuquerque.org

It was back on our September 15th 2018 live broadcast of America’s #1 Travel Radio Show, that we first connected with Tania Armenta, CEO of Visit Albuquerque for “Destination Spotlight” #31.  Fast forward 5 years and 8 days later and we invited her back to share some updates and detail the growth “The Land of Enchantment” has experienced for “Destination Spotlight” #113.  With the world famous International Balloon Festival kicking-off again over the upcoming Columbus Day weekend, to the allure of Old Town, all the museums available to visitors, why her city is the best place to see the Solar Eclipse coming on October 14th and more — we enjoy our second conversation with Tania just as much as we did the first one.  And you can hear the full conversation that aired across the USA via our now 530+ weekly stations airing RMWorldTravel with Robert & Mary Carey and Rudy Maxa, simply by clicking on the play arrow immediately following this text …

 

 

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“Destination Spotlight” #31 sharpens our focus on the Duke City of Albuquerque, New Mexico.  During the live broadcast of RMWorldTravel with Robert & Mary Carey and Rudy Maxa on 15 September 2018, this multicultural city located in the 47th State in our nation was front and center.   2018 has been good to Albuquerque, as the city has been named “50 Best Places to Travel in 2018” by Travel + Leisure, “One of the Best Small Cities” by National Geographic Traveler, and “Top-10 Most Affordable Vacation Destination” by Smart Asset.  From the city’s Spanish roots and diverse native cultures, flavorful foods, engaging museums and an abundance of outdoor adventures available year round — plus we can’t forget its popularity for hot air ballooning — Albuquerque enables visitors and authentic experience of the Southwestern United States.  Here’s a link to our discussion with Tania Armenta, the CEO of Visit Albuquerque …