Jeunesse Global™, a Florida-based firm, is taking its 19,975 members from all over the world to several popular tourist destinations worldwide this May – June, as a ‘thank you’ to their hard work.
Around 12,000 Jeunesse™ members from China alone will arrive in Europe in three batches and visit some of the most popular scenic spots in Switzerland during the six-day, five-night journey.
Chinese tourists are passionate about chocolate, watches, cheese and Alpine scenery in Switzerland. The whole group trip will reportedly cost the firm 12 to 14 million Swiss Franc (£9.2-10.7 million).
The first group arrived at Zurich last Thursday and have so far visited historic town Schaffhausen, ski resort Engelberg, the Rhine Falls and the Aare Gorge in the central Alps – among other places – according to Swiss newspaper Neue Zürcher Zeitung.
Most tourists in the group will leave China and arrive in Zurich, the largest city in Switzerland with a population of over 380,500.
A distributor from the company’s China branch told MailOnline that she was very excited about the trip. Dannie Li, said she would arrive in Switzerland on May 16 with the second group and leave on May 22.
It announced to its staff in the Far East last autumn that they would be awarded an all-inclusive trip to Switzerland as long as they could reach their sales targets.
The company was founded by an American couple: a self-made entrepreneur Randy Ray who claimed he was so poor as a child he couldn’t afford shoes, as well as his wife Wendy Lewis.
Apparently, this is not the first mass group tour the company has organised.
Ms Li said the company took its sales staff in North American to Rome last month and she was on the company’s incentive trip last year to Australia.
She gushed: ‘6,500 of us were divided into groups and climbed the Sydney Harbour Bridge. We also had a 3,000-strong picnic in the Sydney Olympic Park.
‘That was the first time I had joined a company tour and the first time I had attended an event with so many people. It was a memorable experience.’
Ms Li explained that the company arranged different groups to visit different attractions in turn in Sydney, therefore the whole trip was in good order.
And this time in Switzerland, the 12,000 sales staff are divided into three 4,000-strong groups and no more than 1,000 people will show up at the same attraction at the same time, Swiss media said.
Thousands other members will enjoy their luxurious holiday in Bali, Bahamas, Rome, and Athens. What a wonderful way to treat loyal business partners.
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Text and pics: adapted from DailyMail.co.uk, Jeunesse Global™, and private collections.