(PRWeb UK) March 19, 2010
Last Night of Freedom wishes to respond to a negative press article published over the weekend.
It concerned the inclusion of the Auschwitz Museum Tour in the company’s Krakow Events portfolio.
As a widely-respected event organiser with over a decade of experience, the company takes its social responsibilities very seriously, and the professionally-guided 3 hour tour of Auschwitz Museum – Krakow’s most famous landmark – is one of a range of activities, tours and packages that groups can choose from when tailoring their own bespoke itinerary.
Far from disrespecting the memory of the millions who suffered in this infamous death camp, Last Night of Freedom’s clients – including teachers, doctors, lawyers and working professionals in general – show nothing but total respect when they attend. There has not been one single complaint from the museum itself towards the company, their guides or clients over the last decade, and the company is appalled by any insinuation that they treat this emotive subject lightly.
The official Auschwitz Museum will continue to form part of the Krakow menu because it is a unique educational tour that some clients feel compelled to experience.
LNOF are happy to have their reputation and ethos put under any form of constructive scrutiny, and if anyone wishes to discuss the matter further they can contact the companies Eastern European Location Manager, Paul Luke, through the website.
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