UNLOCKED Christian Women In Media 2022 International Conference Local Information


Springhill Suites – Historic Stockyards
2315 N. Main St. Fort Worth, TX.
The hotel is in the heart of Fort Worth

Hotel Parking: $10.00 daily/ hourly parking for locals


Our block of rooms at the hotel has closed, but reservations can be made by contacting Jessica Trevino at 682-255-5108 or email at Reservations can also be made by calling the hotel at 682-255-5100. Tell them you are part of CWIMA.


Check in time: 3:00 PM and check out is 12 noon.
Complimentary Breakfast each morning for those registered at the hotel.
Breakfast Time: 6:30 AM–8:30 AM


Storage for all speaker’s/musician’s books/CD etc.
Ship to the hotel: Springhill Suites, C/O Michelle McWethy
2315 N. Main St. Fort Worth TX. 76164


Prayer Time: 7:30 AM-8:30 AM
You’ll be on your own for dinner on Day 1, Tuesday, Nov. 1. See restaurant suggestions at bottom.


DFW Airport is the closest airport to the hotel. From the airport, take the Texrail outside Terminal B and go to the North Station in Fort Worth, from there take an Uber/Lyft to hotel.


Podcasters may schedule a time to record Podcasts while you are at the Conference. Contact Sue McGray (text 615-477-2780 or email for times and cost.


Nov. 1st Session One: Suggested Western Wear or Professional
Nov. 2nd Session Two: Professional/Business/Snappy Casual
Nov. 2nd Dinner Banquet: Professional, Dressy, or After-Five


(Everything is within 3-4 blocks)
• Los Vaqueros Mexican Cuisine – 2629 North Main Street
• Cattlemen’s Steakhouse – 2458 North Main Street
• Riscky’s Bar B Q (down by RR tracks) 140 E. Exchange Ave.
• Riscky’s Steakhouse – 120 E. Exchange Ave.
• Hunter’s Brothers H3 Ranch (variety of foods) 105 E Exchange Ave
• Star Café – 111 W Exchange Ave
• The Brand Room – 212 W Exchange Ave
• 97 West Kitchen & Bar – 200 Mule Alley Dr
• The Biscuit Bar – 128 E Exchange Ave # 640


• Cattle Drive, go North out of hotel, then left 2 blocks to Exchange Ave for The Cattle Drive. Times are 11:30AM and 4:00PM. Arrive early before the street is roped off.
• Live Longhorn Steers for photo opportunities
• Stage Rides
• Horseback Trail Rides
• Lot of Shopping Opportunities on Exchange Ave.
• Corner General Store has Souvenirs
• Art Galleries
• New John Wayne Gift Shop
• John Wayne Museum (1 hour $20.) You’ll meet John Wayne’s sons who manage the museum.


If you have questions, text Sue at 615-477-2780 or email

Conference Director,
Sue Z. McGray