Teens Tourism and Hospitality Club Launched Successfully.

The Teens Tourism and hospitality club has been successfully launched in a plush event that happened at the Bemvic Royal event center at Dome Kwabenya in the Greater Accra region of Ghana.

Present at the event were very important dignitaries in the tourism and hospitality industry, some of which include:
Mr Emmanuel Frimpong,Executive Secretary GHATOF ,Mr.Robert Okumu Country Manager for Rwandair, Ms.Temitayo Country Manager of Wakanow travel company and many other key players in the sector.

The event which begun around 5:30pm begun with an opening prayer and was followed up with a speech from the board chairman Mr Emmanuel Frimpong,following a short speech by the founder of the Club Mrs Jael Agyei Akyeampong who stated how excited she was for the opportunity to impact the society through tourism and hospitality, she further explained how the idea came about and outplayed the opportunities members stand to benefit from the club that many people never had during their time as teens.

The event was a great experience which saw a splendid performance from Kobi Rana as he thrilled the audience with back to back hits creating some real nostalgic memories.

The Director of events did amazingly well as the program was one which will live lasting memories among participants especially the teens present who had some great fun as they saw their mentors sharing some travel experiences and how the sector can change their lives if seen as a passion and an opportunity to explore.

Two teens were offered internship opportunities and introduced to their colleagues in other to serve as an example for others to follow.

The club intends to grow its membership through setting up branches in schools while using regional reps to connect with schools and pass the message to many teenagers through mentoring and education.

The future is bright for tourism as the Teens Tourism and hospitality club has a plan to improve society through such opportunities and experiences and most importantly education.

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