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CINTERMEX HIGHLIGHTS


• CINTERMEX Convention & Exhibition Center hosts 600 events annually and has earned a number of accolades and certifications in its 20-plus years of operation, including the ISO 9001:2008 certification and memberships in PCMA, IAEE, ICCA, and other industry organizations.


• Space is plentiful and flexible at CINTERMEX Convention & Exhibition Center. The facility includes both an exhibition and convention center with 197,840 square feet of contiguous exhibit space, and 85,037 total square feet of meeting space on the building’s second level.


City of mountains When the meetings of the day conclude, there’s plenty to do and see in Monterrey, including the Santa Lucia Riverwalk, the Museum of Contemporary Art (MARCO), hiking in Chipinque Ecological Park, and the many attractions of Parque Fundidora, adjacent to CINTERMEX Convention & Exhibition Center.


• Meeting attendees will find plenty to do and see near CINTERMEX Convention & Exhibition Center, including Parque Fundidora — a mix of green spaces and attractions built on the grounds of the former Iron and Steel Foundry Company.


• Getting to Monterrey is quicker than most might think. Monterrey’s airport currently offers 31 direct domestic flights and 10 international flights on major airlines, including American, Delta, United, and AeroMexico. Monterrey’s central location in northeastern Mexico means flights are about an hour and a half from Houston and Mexico City, and a two-hour drive from the Texas border.


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the capital city of the northeastern state of Nuevo Leon, which produces 10.2 percent of all of Mexico’s manufactured goods and rep- resents 7.7 percent of Mexico’s GDP. Nuevo Leon has 4.1 million people, 4 percent of the country’s total population, and is also home to 30 universities. Culturally, the region is just as rich. When at leisure, meeting attendees can enjoy Nuevo Leon’s 12 golf courses, 20 shopping centers, 20 museums, and 184 hotels, which include 36 five-star properties. Meeting attendees will also find plenty of


things to do and places to stay just outside of CINTERMEX’s doors. The facility is at the heart of Parque Fundidora, an urban public park complex where visitors can experience the region’s nature and culture through museums, green spaces, and other attrac-


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tions. When it comes to convenient lodging options, the 146-room Hotel AntariSuite Cin- termex and the 246-room Holiday Inn Mon- terrey-Parque Fundidora are both directly connected to CINTERMEX, and more than 5,000 total hotel rooms, including brands like InterContinental and Sheraton, can be found within a five-minute drive of CINTERMEX. To keep up on the latest news and infor-


mation about CINTERMEX, download the facility’s mobile app for iPhone and Android on iTunes.


For more information: CINTERMEX Con- vention & Exhibition Center — +52 (81) 8369 6969; cintermex.com


Contiguous exhibit space • 197,840 square feet


Meeting space • 85,037 square feet


Meeting rooms • 27


Parking spots • 1,200


Directly connected hotel rooms • 392


Hotel rooms within a five-minute drive • More than 5,000


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