Discover Long Island signs partnership with American Tours International
Discover Long Island has entered a strategic partnership with American Tours International (ATI).
ATI’s domestic and international experience makes it an ideal partner for Discover Long Island.
“There has never been a better time to rekindle old relationships and create new ones, if we learnt something from the pandemic, is the importance of relationships,” said Kristen Reynolds, President and CEO of Discover Long Island.
“ATI and DLI are the perfect partners to present a strong and resilient destination that is sure to fulfil travelers’ needs. ATI’s reach into some of our key markets will be instrumental as we continue to return to normal.”
Discover Long Island has a history of attracting visitors looking for an extended New York City experience.
People that have heard of the beautiful mansions, the playground of the rich and famous in The Hamptons or simply want to get away to a boutique hotel in the North Fork and sample world-famous Long Island wines.
“We simply have it all: a walk on the beach, an afternoon of shopping, a round of golf or just relaxing in one of our many downtown villages,” says Alfredo Gonzalez, International Sales Representative for Discover Long Island.
As part of the strategic partnership, ATI will be adding new hotel and excursion product throughout Long Island to further develop the destination for their domestic and international clients.
ATI’s clients will be able to tailor their very own Long Island focused packages utilizing ATI’s state of the art ‘Drive America’ road trip building platform.
AmericanTours International has a client base in over 70 international markets and has 40 plus years of experience in operating tours across America.
ATI’s proprietary Drive America platform was built to help travel advisors design their customer’s great American road trip.
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