Kesari for a noble cause
As it does every year, Kesari Tours celebrated its Annual Day to commemorate its 34th anniversary this year by organising a blood donation drive with the help of its staff members.
Established on June 8, 1983 by Kesari Patil, Kesari Tours turned 34 this year. To commemorate this occasion, Kesari organised a mobile blood premises and many of its employees came forward to be part of this noble cause. All Kesari staff participated in the drive. The company also organised lunch for its staff members. They donated study kits of children from Sion Hospitality, rain jackets free tours for this year’s SSC toppers to Kashmir in September-October this year.
Himanshu Patil, who has been carrying on the mantle as Director, Kesari Tours, says, “It has been a journey for us. We are growing and are now expanding in the south of India. Soon, we will be making inroads into the north of India. Our aim is to go pan-India and have no boundary of any state, region or community.”
The company has already Chennai and Hyderabad. “We will now be expanding our agent network in the south. We will reach 50 PSAs in the region soon,” Patil adds.
Speaking about the upcoming Diwali season, he says, that this particular season of 2018 summer was the best. “Most of our tours were sold out and people had to be refused because of the unavailability of seats. Europe went completely full. We are now planning for 2019 summer and will be announcing new programmes soon. Europe is launch as clients book Europe with us well in advance, almost seven to eight months prior to travelling. We are now trying to promote eastern and central Europe more aggressively,” Patil explains.
We are growing and are now expanding in the south of India. Soon, we will be making inroads into the north of India. Our aim is to go pan-India and have no boundary of any state, region or community
Himanshu Patil Director Kesari Tours