LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--AmericanTours International (ATI) Chair/CEO Noel Irwin Hentschel announced the launch of ATI’s America’s National Parks Trails & Wild and Scenic Rivers Tours. This newest product in ATI’s line-up of unique adventures invites visitors from around the world to discover and enjoy unsurpassed beauty to be found only in America’s National Parks.
The tours are developed and operated by ATI in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the National Trails and Wild & Scenic Rivers acts signed by President Lyndon Johnson ensuring they will be held in stewardship for generations to enjoy.
“ATI pioneers tourism development and enjoys a long successful partnership with the U.S. National Park Service to attract international travelers and service their unique needs. More than 40 years ago ATI became the first travel company to promote the national parks globally and secure accommodations inside the parks allowing visitors more time to experience the tranquility and beauty of this natural phenomena of America,” stated Hentschel. Adding, “ATI helped develop Bryce Canyon, Yosemite, and even Alcatraz. We own a piece of the rock!”
AmericanTours International revolutionized the inbound tour operator industry from the moment they opened their doors and continue to do so today, setting standards for quality of service, product innovation, and technological expertise. ATI creates and operates motorcoach tours and DriveAmerica itineraries specifically marketed to international travelers. Today, ATI’s advanced technology distributes wholesale hotel and attraction inventory from some 30,000 suppliers across all 50 states to clients in over 70 international markets.
“ATI focuses on being the leading travel expert and producer of international travelers to all Visit USA destinations. ATI showcases what visitors love the most: people they meet, music they hear, food they eat, places to shop and the most awesome exclusive USA experiences,” Hentschel commented.
ATI is America's largest privately-held, American-owned, VisitUSA tourism and marketing organization. Dually headquartered in Los Angeles and Orlando with operations in gateways including New York, Boston, Washington DC, Chicago, Atlanta, Miami, Nashville, Dallas, Las Vegas, Seattle, San Francisco and Honolulu. ATI serves nearly one million visitors annually and generates an estimated $3 billion into the U.S. economy. Hentschel was recently appointed by U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross to the board of Brand USA, a private-public partnership.