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Register by fax or mail by completing the Registration Form and Faxing the completed form (credit card payment only) to (831) 576-1417 or by Mailing with payment in U.S. funds to ABVE Headquarters at 3121 Park Ave., Ste. C, Soquel, CA 95073.

Group Discount
If registering online, call ABVE at (831) 464-4890 for discount code. 

If two or more people from the same business entity or agency are registering for the conference, check this category on the form and each person will receive a $25 discount. Registrations for groups of two or more people must be received at the same time to receive the discount. A separate registration form is required for each attendee.

Lodging Information

Loews Ventana Canyon Resort, Tucson will be our host for the 2019 ABVE Conference!
Loews Ventane Canyon Resort has a special ABVE rate of:
$175.00/night for single or double, +tax
.
Book Online Now or please call the resort at:
(800) 234-5117 and mention "ABVE 2019 Spring Conference".
Be sure to register before March 20, 2019 to ensure you get the best possible rate!

 


Visit Tucson

ABVE is excited to invite you to discover a place where you can explore without boundaries. The natural landscape draws visitors outdoors where there is plenty of room to roam. A bit off the beaten path, Tucson’s unique attractions and accommodations beckon you to discover the arts and culture scene, and makes Tucson a place that’s authentic and comfortable.
  • Explore Mission San Xavier del Bac — this brilliant white structure is considered the “Sistine Chapel of North America” for the intricate paintings on the walls and ceiling. It is still a Catholic parish serving the Tohono O’odham community for whom it was established in the late 1600s.
  • Immerse yourself in The Pima Air & Space Museum — the largest non-government funded aviation and space museums in the world! Featuring over 350 historical aircrafts, from a Wright Flyer to a 787 Dreamliner. Sitting on 80 acres the museum opened its doors to the public in May of 1976. Over the past forty years, the museum has grown immensely and today encompasses six indoor exhibit hangars (three dedicated to WWII).
  • Behold the five mountain ranges of Tucson — most of which are protected as parkland, surround Tucson and offer hundreds of miles of trails for hikers to explore. Saguaro National Park East or West offer popular hikes, or travel to Oro Valley and visit Catalina State Park. Landscapes range from sandy desert dotted with cacti to rustling groves of aspen and pine, making hiking an all-season sport in Tucson, Arizona.
  • And so much more!!!

    Visit www.visittucson.org for more information on all that Tucson has to offer! 

Transportation

For detailed information about ground transportation to and from the Tucson International Airport, visit https://www.flytucson.com/transportation/ for more details.

 

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