The Association of Bridal Consultants will hold it’s “Diamonds and Denim” annual conference in beautiful Denver, Colorado. Denver is a vibrant city with 300 days of sunshine and brilliant blue skies and breathtaking mountain scenery. Founded in 1858 as a gold mining camp, Denver is located at the base of the majestic Rocky Mountains, 5,280 feet above sea level—exactly one mile high. Today, Colorado’s sophisticated capital city is a thriving, cultural metropolis with a growing reputation for fine dining, museums, galleries, theatre and professional sports. There several places to stay while you enjoy this amazing city, hotels like the downtown Denver Crowne Plaza hotel, gives you an affordable experience.
Choose from a wide variety of educational topics beginning on Sunday. On Monday and Tuesday, there are over 20 breakout sessions from which to choose. You will be thrilled by dynamic speakers, Donnie Brown and Rebecca Grinnals. The Grand Hyatt, with newly renovated hotel rooms in downtown Denver has it all. The meeting rooms are very large and accommodating and the off sites are on property, with totally different views from the meeting room facilities. There is no commuting in a shuttle once you get downtown Denver. In the heart of downtown Denver is the 16th Street Mall, a pedestrian mile long promenade lined with outdoor cafes and distinctive shops. Free shuttle buses traverse the Mall every few minutes.
Monday’s off site dinner “Diamonds in the Sky” is as inspirational as Pikes Peak itself, which you can actually see from the 38th floor Pinnacle Club Ballroom. Only from this lofty perch does the entire snow-capped Rocky Mountain range with the twinkling Denver skyline lay before you. Not only is the view unmatched, but the level of service and attention to detail is as well.
Tuesday night will be the conference finale, a fun evening of country dancing in denim. Wear your best denim, boots optional, and kick up your heels without leaving the Hyatt. And if you’re not leaving until Wednesday, join the state and country coordinators for a traditional tea at the Brown Palace. Click here to register for the conference.