Joe Satrom has been involved in the travel industry in some capacity for three decades. He is a graduate of North Dakota State University. He served as North Dakota Tourism Director in the 1970s and was on the National Board of Travel Industry of America and the Old West Regional Commission. He also was awarded the state's highest tourism honor, the Greater North Dakota Association's Tourism Award. He served as the Friendship Force Chairperson for North Dakota and organized the first exchange visit between Bismarck and Hamburg, Germany. Joe currently serves on a policy committee for the National Tourism Association. He served as the first Chairman of the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation. He served as TRMF Chairman a second time and retired from the board in 2006. He was a delegate to a White House Conference on Tourism. Joe is a member of the Board of Directors of Satrom Travel & Tour.
Photo was taken in Norway.
On June 6, 1944, otherwise known as D-Day, Allied troops landed on the beaches of Normandy and gained a foothold in the fight against Nazi Germany. On this WWII D-day Landing Beaches & Battle of Normandy tour, you'll visit some of the beaches where the battles took place as well as some of the museums and cemeteries that are a tribute to the Allied forces.
An invitation from your Host, Joe Satrom --
Please join me on this enhanced Alaska cruise tour. This is a very special vacation that includes the best of Alaska's remarkable places: two nights in Kenai, a night at Mt. McKinley Princess Wilderness Lodge, 2 nights in Denali National Park, with Glacier Bay cruising and the Inside Passage. Over the years we have learned that the addition of these experiences and other enrichments make this journey to our 49th state an extraordinary value.
I have been to Alaska many times and continue to enjoy its unique cultural and scenic attractions more than any other world-class destination. Majestic mountains, massive glaciers, native cultures, wildlife and much more make Alaska an incredible destination.
You are cordially invited to join me on this memorable cruise tour!
See the best of Scandinavia, a land of spectacular fjords, waterfalls, mountains and glaciers. Explore Stockholm’s deep history your way with a choice of a guided city tour or a walking tour of Old Town (Gamla Stan), a maze of charming streets lined with colorful townhouses. Spend time in Denmark, “Scandinavia’s greatest little kingdom.” See why Copenhagen is Northern Europe’s coziest capital. Norway is indeed one of the most beautiful places on earth, and home to many natural wonders, stunning cities and fascinating history. Take a step back in time as you hear stories of its rich Viking heritage. Meander through the streets of Bryggen, the ancient trading port of Bergen founded in the 11th century. Sit back and relax as you discover Norway’s rugged coastline and pristine waterways with six nights on a Hurtigruten ship, an ideal way to experience the “World’s Most Beautiful Voyage.” During the summer months, experience the land of the midnight sun. From October to March, you’ll be dazzled by the spectacular northern lights. Your tour culminates with a true milestone as your ship sails across the Arctic Circle to the very top of Europe.