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MARCH 20, 20005 from JORDAN.
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SEGMENT 1
 

ALEX HARRIS

Chairman of the American Tourism Society talks about the history of tourism and why the ATS is so important to the world.

 


SEGMENT 1


AMERICAN TOURISM
SOCIETY

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MARCH 20, 20005 from JORDAN.
Sandy and Patrick are off to Amman Jordan as the guest of the Palace and to attend the American Tourism Society Conference. HIS MAJESTY KING ABDULLAH II is the Royal patron of the first AMERICAN TOURISM SOCIETY (ATS) CONFERENCE
 to be held in Amman Jordan March 6-11 2005  Read press release  Click HERE
     
   
Join Sandy as she meets with some of the most influential travel leaders in the world. Traveling along side for 6 days, these travel executives experience Jordan in a very profound trip that incorporated a visit to the Roman ruins in Jerash, Amman the capital, the lost city of Petra, the breath taking deserts in Wadi Rum and the exotic resorts at the Dead Sea. The delegates of the American Tourism Society are forever grateful for the warm welcome from the Jordanian people and we all cherished the time King Abdualla II spent with our delegation. We were thrilled to have met him and we were touched by his soulful reflection of Jordan and his position of King. As a young King the world will continue to be touched by his profound leadership.
     
   
The American Tourism Society (ATS) was founded in 1989 as a non-profit, non-political travel industry organization dedicated to "Bringing the World Together". ATS presently represents, through its four Council areas, the Baltics, Central Europe, the Mediterranean/Red Sea, and Russia and the CIS.

ATS was designed to assist these regions of the world with their tourism development through marketing and communications programs, governmental representation, and facilitating understanding and cooperation between all segments of the travel and tourism industry.
A recent statistical assessment of ATS economic impact on tourism found that cumulatively our membership represents over $4 billion in sales and over 3 million travelers.

The American Tourism Society is dedicated to:
Bringing The World Together

The American Tourism Society | 545 Madison Avenue | 13th Floor
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While in JORDAN, Sandy and Patrick stayed at the Intercontinental Hotel in downtown AMMAN, JORDAN

JABAL AMMAN
3RD CIRCLE ISLAMIA ST.
AMMAN, 11180
JORDAN
962-6-4641361
           

The 7 Pillars of Tourism
with special guest
AKEL BILTAJI,
 The advisor to the
King of Jordan
for Tourism and
Foreign Investment Promotion

 His Excellency, gave this presentation
in China in Nov 04. CLICK
HERE
 if you would like to know more about
World Tourism Marketing Summit,
Nanjing, China 2004

                       

SEGMENT 2

MICHAEL STOLOWITZKY
Michael is the CEO and President of the American Tourism Society and joins Sandy this week to celebrate Jordan and ATS AND we celebrate Michael as well.


SEGMENT 2



AMERICAN TOURISM
SOCIETY


 

                       


SEGMENT 3

ROBERT WHITLEY
President of the
United State Tour Operator Association and a good friend of TravelTalkRADIO, Bob is surrounded by his mentors this weekend as we talk about the leaders of tourism and the inspiration that was passed on to him.


SEGMENT 3



AMERICAN TOURISM
SOCIETY

                       

SEGMENT 4


AKEL BILTAJI
,
 The advisor to the
King of Jordan
for Tourism and
Foreign Investment Promotion

     
 


SEGMENT 4




AMERICAN TOURISM
SOCIETY

To say the Kingdom of Jordan is God's country is an understatement.
Not only is there tremendous religious history but the people are soulful and welcoming as well. This peace loving country has been the venue of many religious events that have formed the cornerstone of the three great faiths of the Middle East Islam, Christianity, and Judaism. For so many religions Jordan is at the heart of their history. We were fortunate to travel with probably and irrefutably the best travelers in the world, everyone came from the travel profession, some were executives, others agents and some marketing professionals. Filling two motor coaches we were joined by executives, publishers, travel agents, and other suppliers of travel products and services. We traveled with highly educated and interesting guides who adhered to tight schedules from early morning to late at night. We were in boot camp for adventurer traveler but that didn't matter, we were in God's country. We were in the arms of everything sacred and spiritual. Mt Nebo, where Moses saw the promise land is a wonderfully reflective area that allows visitors their own experience. The river Jordan is a soulful pilgrimage on foot (about a mile) that allows visitors an opportunity to walk in the footsteps of John the Baptist and Jesus. Abraham, Moses,  Elijah, Joshua, Jesus, Lot, Aaron, Muhammad and John the Baptist have all performed religious work in Jordan. As we traveled together we found the long list of want-to-sees far out weighed the time we had to stay. I would expect 10-14 days would might wet your appetite for even more. Petra, the lost city of Petra blew our minds and we will forever remember the Bedouin family that invited us into their home to share wonderful rainy evening in the village outside of Petra. We celebrated with food and song. 
This is the essence of travel, it truly is all about the people and the people of Jordan are beautiful.
 


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HIS MAJESTY KING ABDULLAH II  WILL BE  ROYAL PATRON
OF FIRST ATS AMERICAN TOURISM SOCIETY CONFERENCE

TO BE HELD IN AMMAN JORDAN,
MARCH 6-11, 2005 Read Press release
  
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