For this Conference & Expo, Bring Walking Shoes

Denver has spent more than $8 billion in the past decade on new attractions, including doubling the size of the convention center.

Considering all the mileage you, as an AIHce 2010 attendee, are likely to accumulate in that building alone--and more, if you take advantage of any of the restaurants and other amenities located within a 10-block radius surrounding the center--you should keep in mind that Denver is a walking city.

Because of the convention center's central location to all activity, conference organizers note that shuttle service to and from AIHce hotels will not be offered this year.

For more information, including registration forms, a schedule of PDCs and educational programming, and a Hotel Locator to gauge the distance of your hotel to the center, visit the conference Web site at www.aihce2010.org.

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