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Globetrotters Travel & Tours HARROW, MIDDLESEX, ENGLAND NTA contact: Peter Craddick, sales director, North America, Africa and Australasia Office phone: +44.203.384.5172 Website: gttnt.com NTA member since: 2012 Tell us about Globetrotters Travel & Tours. We’re a small company based just outside of London, and because we’re small, we’re flexible. I have the freedom to get business wherever I find it. For example, I live in Kenya, and I often focus on North America outbound, but I’ll soon be bringing a group of Australians to Alaska. How did you get started in the travel business? Both my mom and dad were teachers in England, and in the summer months, we took big trips through Europe, and that’s probably what inspired me. I got my start selling pack- aged travel from the U.K. to Greece, and then I got into groups. You live in a country many people dream about visiting. What’s it like? One of the best beaches in the world is only a few min- utes down the road. And I like seeing the wild animals in Kenya as well. I put a lot of Peter Craddick smashing bean pods in rural Kenya value on retaining the culture of a country, whether it’s the market, people are always asking for tribes of Kenya or the Native Americans new experiences, and I like exploring, in the U.S. The culture is what makes so it works out. I look at it this way: a place unique. Why travel if you can’t If you’ve done it, you’ve got a better get a new experience? chance of selling it. What are your favorite destinations? I like to see new places, so I don’t have For more information, email Craddick at a favorite destination. In today’s travel peter.craddick@gttnt.com. The Court of Two Sisters NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA NTA contact: Sherry Constance, director of sales Office phone: +1.504.522.7261 (ext. 24) Website: courtoftwosisters.com NTA member since: 1993 How does dining at your restaurant provide an authentic New Orleans experience? The Court of Two Sisters truly has it all: food, music, history, and culture—every- thing that New Orleans is known for—all in one place. We are third generation, locally owned and operated, so there is that personal family touch. What are some of the options groups have when they stop by for a meal? It is important to us that groups have the same experience that individual diners have. While we offer private rooms for up to 180 guests, we are also able to accom- modate multiple groups in the main din- ing area including in our courtyard, which seats 250. During the day we offer a live Visit Clarksville Frances Manzitto +1.931.245.4345 | 800.530.2487 frances@visitclarksvilletn.com visitclarksvilletn.com Jazz Brunch buffet, and at night we offer a four-course Table d’Hote dinner menu. What other group specials do you offer? We have exclusive tour operator specials at the first seatings for brunch and din- ner. They are our very best rates and are available only to operators. We also offer tiered pricing for later seat- ings and comps for escorts. What is your favorite thing on menu ? The best thing about brunch is that I don’t have to narrow it down—I can have it all! For brunch, my favorite is the eggs Benedict, and for dinner you need to have the Bananas Foster, which is flambéed tableside. The New Orleans School of Cooking. It offers a history lesson and a cooking demonstration all rolled into one. If you have guests visiting from out of town, where do you always take them? For more information, contact Constance at sconstance@courtoftwosisters.com. What was your dream job as a kid? I always wanted to be a psychologist. From our picturesque and historic downtown to our rolling countryside, Clarksville welcomes you with open arms. Bringing your group to Clarksville means a trip full of Southern hospitality, unique attractions and shopping, great food and memories that will last a lifetime. Find out more at visitclarksvilletn.com. NTAonline.com 49