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Hawaii Tourism Association appoints Ambassador from Russia

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When Russians travel, they like to spend a lot of money, they like to stay in luxury accommodation, and they stay for awhile – generally 2 to 3 weeks at a stretch. Basically, they want to be pampered and enjoy themselves and are not afraid to pay in order to meet those ends.

Russia may seem as far away and different from Hawaii as could be possible, but that is where the visionary efforts

of the Hawaii Tourism Association sees this dichotomy as pure opportunity. Why wouldn’t Russians want to travel

from their mostly cold weather environs to warmth of the islands that have been seen in movies and television for

decades?

This is why the Hawaii Tourism Association (HiTA) has been exhibiting at a Russian trade show for two years

running. While at the latest show, HiTA President Juergen T. Steinmetz observed the efforts and Alexey Kats,

exhibiting for World Tourism Services.

Mr. Steinmetz said, “I was impressed with Alexeys organization, and learned that his company had been working with

one of our ICTP [International Council of Tourism Partners] founding members in Bali for 10 years. Mr. Kats is a

pioneer for helping Russians traveling to Bali.”

In speaking with Alexey Kats, he indicates that interest in travel to the Aloha State is definitely there. “Due to

the fact that interest of Russian tourists to the United States is growing every year, I believe it is important

and necessary to offer to potential customers a new direction for the ultimate high-quality recreation,” said

Alexey Kats of World Tourism Services. [This is a hyperlink for his company.]

This is how HiTA came to appoint Mr. Kats as an Ambassador for the Hawaii Tourism Association. Mr. Steinmetz said,

“Knowing that Hawaii should be on the forefront of this travel trend, and forming an alliance with Mr. Kats and

World Tourism Services, it was a natural that we ask him to join our efforts. We are so pleased that he agreed to

become a member of HiTA’s Ambassador team.”

ABOUT THE HAWAII TOURISM ASSOCIATION

The Hawaii Tourism Association’s (HITA) mission is to inform, educate, and update the global travel industry on

current and emerging trends, economics, events, activities, businesses, and marketing that help shape the tourists’

perception of the Hawaiian Islands. HITA serves as a discussion forum for issues affecting industry members

interested in doing business in Hawaii, while also working with new markets and regions expressing interest in

visiting the Islands. The association offers member services that enhance the Hawaiian experience and promote the

indigenous people, culture, and uniqueness which differentiates the most geographically-remote place on Earth from

other island sand-sun-surf vacation and business destinations. HiTA is a member of the International Council of

Tourism Partners (ICTP): www.tourismpartners.org .

www.hawaiitourismassociation.com/

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