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FRANK RENO INTERVIEWED BY NBC NEWS 

Cuba, known as the "Pearl of the Antilles" has remained largely unchanged and culturally pure since 1959. Architecture that has been spared the ravages of war dates back to the 1500s. Famous for their classic 1950's American cars, Cuba also boasts some of the most outstanding art and music in the western world.

The greatest resource of Cuba is its people. The people of Cuba are amongst the most highly educated in the world and have a great desire to interact with foreigners. Until very recently, most US citizens were not permitted to travel to Cuba.

FRANK RENO COMMENTS ON CHANGES IN CUBA TO NBC NEWS

Today, Americans can travel legally to Cuba under our People to People Educational and Cultural Exchange License. We have ten years of experience in legally escorting people to Cuba under our Office of Foreign Asset Control (OFAC) approved Humanitarian License. Over the decade we have forged solid relationships with everyday Cubans throughout this tropical paradise.

Cubans are extremely friendly and respectful to foreigners. Due to the US travel embargo of the last 50 years, Cubans have had very little contact with US citizens and yearn to meet and learn more about "North Americans."

Through Cuba Executive Travel, now you can experience a full time schedule of people to people cultural and educational exchange that will expose you to meaningful interaction with everyday Cubans.

Frank Reno-President/CEO

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