By Jan Henric Buettner

What Companists Think about WEISSENHAUS - Video Update


As announced in early February, four Companists and their companions had the opportunity to experience WEISSENHAUS themselves and see the result of their investment from 20 through 22 February 2015 (the visit had to be rescheduled).

Gerry Henningsen, host and spokesman of the management, personally welcomed all Companists and – after a relaxed afternoon at the spa – invited them to a four-course dinner in the boat house on the evening of 21 February; during this dinner, he readily answered all their questions.

Afterwards, the Companists visited the bar in the vaulted cellar. The "Gin Basil High" was undoubtedly the drink of the night. Still, the blue agave tequila competently chosen by a Companist also pleased everyone.

After a rich breakfast in the castle, the next day was marked by a tour of the resort, particularly of the conference rooms, the castle, and the tunnel to the spa. The business situation of Weissenhaus was also discussed during the tour.

After this tour, we filmed the interviews (in one take), in which the Companists talked about their personal first-hand experience. Enjoy watching the video:



Best regards from WEISSENHAUS


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