ATI–TTA “Gone with the Wind” Trust Tour Launched a
Embassy in Shanghai
January 24, 2010 07:03 PM Eastern Time
SHANGHAI--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--AmericanTours International (ATI) Chair/CEO Noel Irwin Hentschel announced t
in the ATI–TTA Trust Tours series, “Gone With The Wind” at the U.S. Embassy Tues. (January 19), to members of the U.S. Com
38 alumni of ATI’s “Hollywood to Broadway” Trust Tour, U.S. State representatives from Florida, New York, Pennsylvania and
representatives of airlines and TTA tour operators and 13 media outlets.
Hentschel developed the Trust Tours series to provide unique tours of America for the Trust Travel Alliance (TTA). “Visitors from
travel with companies they can trust to deliver on promises made. This is the purpose of TTA operated exclusively by ATI,” Hentsc
In early 2009 Hentschel founded TTA, an agreement between ATI and 6 China tour operators to include; China Travel Service (C
International Travel Service (CITS), China Youth Travel Service (CYTS), China Comfort Travel (CCT), CITIC and Shanghai Airli
cooperative effort to ensure safety, quality, service and value for tourists coming to America from China.
During his official welcoming remarks U.S. Department of Commerce Principal Commercial Officer, David Gossack, commented t
of TTA and Trust Tours is pioneering new creative products and tours for the Chinese. Gossack also commented that ATI is the m
tour operator in the U.S. and that ATI’s TTA and Trust Tours brands promote better service, safety and customer satisfaction from
America, which is vital to the growth of tourism from China.
Shanghai TTA members Mr. Zhou Ying Feng, CYTS and Mr. Yu Wei Hua, CTS remarked respectively; “The founding of TTA by
Chinese market is important to provide good quality product such as ‘Hollywood to Broadway,’ ‘Gone With The Wind’ and other
excited about ATI developing and founding the TTA concept in China. I can see the happy feelings of the passengers in their faces.
understands the Chinese mentality.”
Alumni Mr. Zhou