ATI CEO Noel Irwin Hentschel Addresses Beijing Mayor Chen and WTCF Summit on Global Growth Strategy

05-Oct-2017 Intellasia | BusinessWire | 6:26 AM Print This Post

LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Preceding welcoming remarks by Mayor Eric Garcetti, Noel Irwin
Hentschel, Co-Founder/CEO AmericanTours International (ATI) delivered
compelling remarks to Chen Jining, Beijing Mayor and Chairman of World
Tourism Cities Federation Summit, hosted by L.A. Tourism. Forty
international mayors, CNTA Chairman Li with other high-ranking officials
and business leaders were among 400 delegates from 51 countries.


Hentschel, also Goodwill Ambassador for Sino-USA Relations and Cultural
Exchange, stated: “We gather during one of the most unpredictable times
in history, when an ancient and a modern civilization converge as two
pillars, the strong east pillar and the strong west pillar. Both
critical for balance like Yin and Yang, as two strong legs. But the core
must be healthy too for longevity. For the world, the core is shared
values, practicing virtue ethics thereby creating trust in the private
and public sector.”

Hentschel noted the Chinese Proverb, “Tell me- I’ll forget; show me-I
may remember; involve me-I’ll understand.” Involving and serving people
is a practiced philosophy at ATI. The company’s mantra, “Service,
Service, Service” is the driving force delivering “once in a lifetime”
experiences. Mother Teresa taught ATI, “The fruit of service is peace.”
Commitment to customer service, safety, innovation and humanitarian
involvement drives ATI.

As sci-fi myths like ‘Total Recall’ become reality with robots
replacing workers and driverless cars we must invest in human
development for the service industry, the future of global growth,”
stated visionary Hentschel.

Hentschel also noted, “This year President and Mrs. Xi visited the great
state of Florida, home of ATI East Coast Headquarters, and the
Mar-A-Lago home of President and Mrs. Trump. President Trump is
America’s first hospitality industry-destination developer Commander in
Chief. The tourism industry working with these leaders advances security
and prosperity, vital for the economy and peace.”

Nick Hentschel, ATI Executive VP introduced the highlight of the event,
the Crenshaw High School Elite Choir, performing “America the Beautiful”
under direction of celebrity music director Iris Stevenson. Beijing
Mayor Chen and guests were enthralled with this “real American soulful
experience.”

Founded 1977 in Los Angeles, ATI is the largest American-owned,
privately-held “Visit USA” company serving millions from 77 countries,
generating billions into the U.S. economy, thereby creating thousands of
jobs.

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