Inductees will be announced at the 2017 Governor’s Conference on Hospitality during the Hall of Fame Dinner on Tuesday, May 9th.
CRITERIA for Tourism Hall of Fame Nomination
A nominee is defined as an individual, alive or deceased, an icon (such as Smokey Bear), or a group of two or more people who have cooperatively enhanced New Mexico tourism. The individuals honored as inductees live, or have lived, in New Mexico and have made substantial and sustained contributions to the state’s tourism industry through leadership and service as follows:
The Hall of Fame Dinner is an annual event during the Governor's Conference where the industry recognizes an individual or group who has cooperatively enhanced New Mexico tourism. Click to learn more about the Hall of Fame Dinner, including past inductees