Twelve Tribes in chauffeuring assignments.
Twelve Tribes experienced tour guides don't look forward to chauffeuring assignments. Their guiding skills, experience, sense of pride as a head figure that all would be tuned to – remain in the background. But in Twelve Tribes we know that occasionally – we are needed out there.
Twelve Tribes experienced tour guides were recruited to assist in driving dignitaries who could not be driven by less competent people. Being equipped with a fleet of respectful vehicles, operated by our guides who would engage in polite conversation whenever asked, and maintain a low profile position when needed – the company became the "obvious" transportation provider when the circumstances obliged so.
Without the help of Twelve Tribes, Israel's ministry of foreign affairs could never provide hundreds of official cars for the entourage of seventy world leaders who came to pay their last respect to prime minister Itzchak Rabin.
Twelve Tribes tour guides were recruited to assist in hosting and accompanying prime ministers and presidents from around the world. When Goldman Sachs' board of directors had its annual meeting in Israel - Twelve Tribes tour guides were recruited – since chauffeuring services had to be provided at the highest level Israel could offer.
We admit: we love being in our hiking shoes and blue jeans – conducting tours - rather than having our jackets, neck ties and shiny formal shoes. But we know that at times – we make part of an impression and a memory an important guest would have.
We know as well: Quite a few of our official guests, chauffeured by us – came back with their spouses, friends and families – to explore Israel and hire our guides in what we do best: conducting private tours.