Versus Travel Thanks Clients with Treats & Theater
Greek tourism experts Versus Travel expressed their gratitude to their clients in a mega event held at the Pallas Theater in Athens, last month.
Dedicated to providing the finest in travel, the Greek company organized a theater performance featuring showman extraordinaire Yannis Zouganelis with plenty of song and dance at the historic Athens venue.
“Versus Travel us all about human contact, it’s much more than a relationship. It’s a different world where the traveler is a unique entity at the heart of our service and is not treated like a customer,” owner and manager of Versus Travel, Evangelos Katsimichas, told the packed Pallas Theater.
People from all walks of life – including the arts, sciences, politics and show biz – who have turned to Versus Travel for their travel needs were the actual stars of the show when they were asked to share their experiences.
Innovative and in tune with the needs of its clients, Versus Travel is among the first travel operators to express gratitude through art. The event included everything from ballet and flamenco to percussion and Mozart transporting “fans” to faraway destinations.
For two decades, Versus Travel has been dedicated to making peoples’ dreams come true, placing their needs and desires at the center of its services. With offices in Athens, Thessaloniki and Cyprus, and a diligent team of employees, it offers tailor-made travel experiences which evolve into fond memories.
Mr Katsimichas went on to add that the reason Versus Travel stands out is its understanding of each person’s needs, ensuring everything from the initial design of the trip to the actual stay including tours, specialized agendas, genuine local experiences and much more.
For the finale, participants had the chance to indulge in a wide variety of delicacies and wine, chat and win a series of gifts.
Versus Travel also hosted a similar event in Thessaloniki last week at the Vellidio Convention Center. For more on the company’s latest offerings or to book online, visit its revamped website.