Beyonce Roadie and Part-Time Tour Director Challenges Guinness World Record to Shed Light on Human Trafficking

On April 15, 2014, Barnaby Davies, frequent rock star road crew member and ITMI certified tour director, intends to break the Guinness world record by visiting seven capital cities in 24 hours.

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Barnaby Davies

Joan Keddell and Amy Noble's presentation about human trafficking has really stuck with me since the December class, now I can shed light on this issue.

San Francisco, Calif. (PRWEB) April 07, 2014

The International Tour Management Institute (ITMI), the premier training and certification program for tour directors and guides is proud to announce that Barnaby Davies, a recent graduate of the institute, is committed to raising awareness for the global crime of human trafficking, by challenging a Guinness record.

“Joan Keddell and Amy Noble's presentation about human trafficking has really stuck with me since the December class,” states Barnaby Davies. “Well, now I have an opportunity to give this issue some exposure by challenging journalist Sarah Warwick’s Guinness Book record of six cities in 24 hours.”

In order to satisfy Guinness officials, he must stop in each of the cities themselves, not just at a nearby airport, making this a difficult logistical challenge and a test of endurance.

Barnaby’s itinerary on April 15, 2014 is a follows:

Leaving London, UK St. Pancras rail station at 12:25pm;
Arriving Paris, France Nord rail station at 15:53;
Leaving Paris Nord at 16:52;
Arriving Brussels, Belgium Midi at 18:17;
Leaving Brussels Midi rail station at 18:48,
Arriving Brussels airport 19:09;
Leaving Brussels on flight to Ljubljana, Slovania 20:45;
Arriving Ljubljana 22:25, taking public bus to Ljubljana, train station;
Leaving Ljubljana for Vienna, Austria on overnight train at 23:55;
Leaving Vienna main station (Hauptbahnhof) at 08:21 on April 16;
Arriving Bratislava, Slovakia HL.S station at 09:27;
Leaving Bratislava HL.S station at 09:53;
Arriving at Budapest, Hungary Keleti P station at 11.35 UK Time.

Total time 23 hours 10 minutes.

About ITMI:
Since 1976, ITMI has been America’s premier training and certification program for professional tour directors, guides and travel staff. For more information about ITMI or Barnaby’s challenge contact Annemarie Osborne Annemarie.Osborne(at)gmail(dot)com (800) 442-4864 (415) 957-9489 or visit http://www.itmisf.com.

About Barnaby Davies:
Barnaby is an experienced tour crew member who has worked with many celebrities including Madonna and Metallica. He completed Beyonce's Mrs. Carter World Tour in March 2014. In December 2013, he became an ITMI certified tour director. For more information visit http://barnabywrites.com/2014/04/02/human-trafficking-2014/ or contact Barnaby at barnaby(at)roadadventures(dot)co.uk.

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