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Phoenix Convention Center Sales Department 100 N. Third St. Phoenix, AZ 85004 602.262.6225 • 800.282.4842

The Phoenix Zoo 455 N. Galvin Pkwy. Phoenix, AZ 85008 602.273.1341


Rawhide 5700 West North Loop Road Chandler, AZ 85226 480.502.5600

Rockin R Ranch 6136 E. Baseline Road Mesa, AZ 85206 480.832.1539

The University of Phoenix Stadium 1 Cardinals Drive, Glendale, AZ 85305 Booking Information: 623.433.7122

The Venue Scottsdale 7117 E. 3rd Ave., Scottsdale, AZ 85251 480.945.6475 •


Kitt Peak 520.318.8726

Old Tucson Studios 201 S. Kinney Road, Tucson, AZ 85735 520.883.0100 •


Arizona Gifts, LLC 602.441.5611 • 800.424.0870

AV Dimensions Inc. 877.507.1444

Fumar Cigars 2010 W. Parkside Lane, Ste. 110 Phoenix, AZ 85027 623.594.4020

As one of the largest Southwestern gift companies in the U.S., we specialize in unique Arizona and Southwestern gifts for corporate and meeting planners. Some of our customized gifts include: in-room gift baskets and gift bags available with your logo on food labels, sandstone coasters, glass Rising Phoenix and glass cactus awards, business card holders and many other office gifts. Mini promotional items and quantity discounts available.

AV Dimensions is a full-service AV provider with extensive experience in trade shows and events. We provide ideal technology solutions for engaging presentations through a commitment to excellence and dedication to client success. We utilize a variety of display solutions including Christie MicroTiles, Seamless Plasma, LED, Projection, Plasma and Flat Panel. At AV Dimensions, we do more than simply fill orders, we provide expert guidance and support from concept to completion. Proactive planning. Solid execution. Awesome results.

Fumar Cigars for 18 years has been the industry leader in Resort and Destination Travel Cigar Programs. Based in Phoenix with offices in Florida, California and Texas, Fumar delivers excitement and interactive events in cigar programs, Hookah parties and Bourbon/Scotch tasting experts. As historians and savants of the cigar world, we tell the story of Americana through the lens of the Tobacco Trade. Our destination Prohibition Era themed Smoking Lounge is one of a kind and perfect for groups to 75 for a Bachelor/Bachelorette party or group meeting with fun and no rules. Hidden behind a wall cabinet is a room like no other perfect for poker parties, watching the games on several TV’s or any other gathering. Cigar Shows performed anywhere you want, in any state!

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The world’s largest collection of working optical telescopes is located high above the Sonoran Desert. Kitt Peak, on the Tohono O’odham Reservation, is home to 25 optical and two radio telescopes representing dozens of astronomical research institutions. Visitor Center exhibits, gift shop, and daily tours. Enjoy the ever popular nightly star gazing program by RSVP only.

Tucson’s premier location for corporate events and private functions. Book your group of 40- 5,000 for anything from BBQ to Black Tie. Corporate events, teambuilding, employee outings, charity fund raisers — you name the event and we’ll help you create it! Choose from several “event ready” venues or rent the whole town. Down-home Western or succulent upscale menus prepared on-site, full liquor license and experienced staff will make your event a rip-roarin’ success. Book now and get a free gift! Contact Reini Marsh at 520.908.4834.

Executive Meetings. Sophisticated Galas. Unique Venues. Innovative Cuisine. The Phoenix Convention Center & Venues are so much more than exhibit halls. But don’t take our word for it. Put us to the test, and see how the right space can take your event to the next level.

The Phoenix Zoo, nestled on 125 acres within Papago Park, is surrounded by lush flora and dramatic desert and water views. The Stone House Pavilion and 15 designated outdoor sites, some a short distance from exotic animals, are fun and unique for weddings and receptions, corporate business meetings, company picnics, school proms, holiday parties, teambuilding and more. The Phoenix Zoo is centrally located to Phoenix, Tempe and Scottsdale. For more information visit

Rawhide Western Town & Steakhouse is the valley’s premier western venue offering groups a unique journey back in time. Rawhide is nestled in the center of the Wild Horse Pass area in close proximity to Phoenix, Scottsdale, Tempe and Mesa. A variety of distinct private venues available for groups from 10-10,000 provide a true western flare to any event. Contact the Sales Department at 480.502.5600 or for additional information.

Great Wild West Venue – we accommodate groups up to 1,000 people either inside our air- conditioned dinner-theater or outside in our western towns situated among towering trees, lakes, streams and waterfalls. The Rockin’ R Ranch is a real pioneer ranch with a 125-year-old Western history celebrated with gunfights and gold panning, horse-drawn wagon rides and old-west saloons with great dance music and spectacular Western stage shows and world-famous chuck wagon suppers.

The University of Phoenix Stadium is unlike any other in the world and a marvel of design, engineering, and technology. Combining breathtaking architectural design with functionality, the facility has set the standard for multi-purpose venues. Boasting the only roll-out field and retractable roof in the country, the University of Phoenix Stadium easily transforms into a state- of-the-art events center capable of hosting social functions, teambuilding events, consumer shows, and corporate meetings.

Your Vision. Our Venue. Extraordinary Events. The Venue Scottsdale’s spacious, multi-level, newly- renovated interior is perfect for corporate events, charity events, social occasions, weddings, and more. Whether elegant, casual, professional or festive, The Venue Scottsdale can accommodate any occasion. Take the Video Tour at

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