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Onlookers ( left), Anderson/Ward Design Team (center), Sandia Peak face (right)


The Turquoise Trail Association, in conjunction with the Sandia Peak Ski & Tramway completed an advertising kiosk in the Albuquerque International Sunport in 2000. The kiosk, which was just beyond the security gates at the time, included a four-color lighted cylinder depicting various scenes along the Turquoise Trail, including Christmas in Madrid, the view of Cedar Crest, the Church in Golden, etc. Banding the top of the cylinder was a gorgeous watercolor landscape done by local artist, David Bradley. The kiosk represented a successful collaboration of the members of the Advertising Committee and Anderson/Ward Advertising and Publishing, LLC. A special thank you to photographers, Marcia Reifman, Joan Saks Berman and T.K. Thompson; to Bradley Bowman for his display of "Archeology along the Turquoise Trail and to Ross Ward for his miniature western buildings. Internet 2001 tracked the public's response to the kiosk, culminating in a byway research report given to the National Scenic Byway Resource Center in Duluth. Thousands of Turquoise Trail brochures, including a map, were distributed during the project's term. Today, visitors can find our brochures at the bottom of the escalators in the airport's baggage claim area. Just ask one of the tourist volunteers at the airport and they will be happy to help you find your way to our beautiful byway.