The American Indian Chamber of Commerce of New Mexico (AICCNM) is hosting a “Roc Your Mocs” event 5:30-7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 17 at Tin Can Alley, 6110 Alameda Blvd. NE in Albuquerque.
The event includes:
- Meet and get to know the American Indian Chamber of Commerce of New Mexico;
- Celebrate “Rock Your Mocs” with founder, Jessica “Jaylyn” Atsye;
- Enjoy a Rock Your Mocs presentation by Atsye and Adrian Wall.
- View a moccasin demonstration by Duane Jose Sr.;
- Enjoy dinner catered by Tin Can Alley’s Guava Tree Café;
- Participate in great networking opportunities in one of Albuquerque’s coolest venues; and
- Wearing moccasins, Native attire and Native jewelry is encouraged but totally optional.
Register in person or online at AICCNM.com:
- $15 for AICCNM Members
- $20 for Non-Members
**You do not need to be Native American to attend**
About “Roc Your Mocs”
Established in 2011, Rock Your Mocs (RYM) was founded and initiated by Jessica “Jaylyn” Atsye (Laguna Pueblo). Rock Your Mocs is best described as a worldwide Native American & Indigenous Peoples virtual unity event held annually and during November National Native American Heritage Month in the U.S.A. During the Rock Your Mocs, people wear their moccasins, take a photo, create a video or story, add the hashtag #ROCKYOURMOCS, and post to social media.
About the American Indian Chamber of Commerce of New Mexico
Helping Native People achieve successful economic development initiatives while incorporating, strengthening and building upon tribal values.
About Tin Can Alley
In addition to the Chamber event, all Tin Can Alley businesses are open to the public during regular hours, featuring pizza, salads, burgers, tacos, coffee, ice cream, fresh-squeezed juice, local craft beer and wine, Latin and Vietnamese cuisine, and a New Mexico-themed gift shop). Tin Can Alley is a food hall and craft beer taproom with a fun and interesting industrial shipping container architecture. Visit TinCanAlleyABQ.com.