Converter Meeting


 the meeting

It is our absolute pleasure to invite you to this year’s Converter Meeting. Over the course of the two and a half day event, TLMI Converter Members are invited to share, learn, network, and enjoy beautiful New Mexico. As we continue the uncertainty surrounding supply chain, sustainability, workforce, etc. it is imperative that converters come together for the strength of the industry moving forward. Coming off the back of a tremendous Annual Meeting, we cannot wait to see you there!

Please make sure to log in with your converter email address and TLMI password on the registration page.

 the resort

Nestled in the cottonwood forest on the banks of the Rio Grande, this uniquely luxurious New Mexican resort is located on 500 acres of the Santa Ana Pueblo in central New Mexico; 25 minutes north of the Albuquerque International Airport and 45 minutes south of historic Santa Fe. Created by the Santa Ana Pueblo Indians to showcase their ancient culture and traditions, this resort is the ideal location to base your explorations of the many cultures, inspirational works of art and beautiful landscapes found in vibrant New Mexico.

1300 Tuyuna Trail, Santa Ana Pueblo, New Mexico, United States, 87004

+1 505 867 1234

the culture

TLMI is excited to offer a completely unique meeting space and authentic journey into the ancient lands of the Tamayame people at Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa. Nestled on 550 acres of the Native American Santa Ana Pueblo between the Sandia Mountains and the Rio Grande River, Tamaya is steeped in over one thousand years of rich history and culture. More than 800 tribal members call the Pueblo of Tamaya home. The people of Santa Ana refer to themselves as Tamayame and their original settlement along the Rio Jemez as Tamaya – known to outsiders as Santa Ana. Members of Tamaya have resided at Santa Ana since at least the early 1500’s and many of the citizens of the Tamaya speak their native language – Keres.