Interactive, branded experiences are a big deal. Virtual reality products are expected to drive $3.8 billion by the end of 2016, and big players in travel like Marriott are already in it.
But while virtual reality might seem like the stuff of big cities like San Francisco and New York, similar technology is actually already inbound to New Mexico courtesy of one of our big drivers for tourism and travel.
Visit Albuquerque, which Thursday said that it would retire the Albuquerque Visitors and Convention Bureau name, also used its 35th annual meeting to announce a "Visit Albuquerque...
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