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Probably told Lars Lokke Rasmussen on Sunday evening, as he recent days has helped his wife, Sólrun Jákupsdóttir Rasmussen, with to become a tour operator of trips to her homeland, the Faroe islands.
He told, however, that the two now also have founded a company together. The name is Sollar Holding - it smacks of a contraction of the Sólrun and Lars.
the Company aims to conduct 'business investment', according to an announcement the Danish business authority's database.
While Sólrun Jákupsdóttir Rasmussen has been the director, the owner of the pair half of the company each, and together they shot 50,000 dollars in cash into the start-up capital.
The new Holding company has also created the company Sollar ApS.
'the purpose of the Company is to conduct business with advice, events and related activities,' sounds of the Danish business authority's website.
Furthermore, they have already started to advertise package tours to the Faroe islands, which is also where Lars Løkke Rasmussen as part of the deal.
Lars Løkke Rasmussen is now also a professional couple with his wife, Sólrun. Photo: Jens Dresling/ Ritzau Scanpix
Thus saith the:
'A dramatic landscape with steep rock faces, green rocks, the rippling brooks, waterfalls, the roaring of the sea against the black rocks’. Peace and silence – only interrupted by birdsong and sheep bleating’.
'After dinner there is coffee and dessert in the adjoining rooms, and here we get the company of Sólruns man, Lars Løkke Rasmussen, who talks about his passion for the Faroe islands.'
Sounds like an offer for you?
Then it can become a reality for the tidy sum of 13.990 crowns – pr. person.
Sólrun Rasmussen have joined forces with the local travel agency Make Travel, which organizes tours to the Faroe islands. And ’the former first lady know from the Faroe islands and the faroese have to show for’, information on the website.
'Your personal guide and hostess on the trip - Sólrun Løkke Rasmussen - welcome you at the airport and together runs against Gjógv, where Sólrun invites you into her grandmother's childhood home and enjoy with homemade pancakes', is there on in the rejsebeskrivelsen.
But let be to eat your fill of pancakes – already then will Lars Løkke encounter to your group and entertain on his trips to the country.
in Addition to the breathtaking natural beauty and a ’unique’ opportunity to get close to the faroese traditions so will rejsegæsterne take of place ’and a great experience richer and probably also with the new friends the length and breadth of your small tour group’, ends rejsebeskrivelsen.
the Extra Leaf has unsuccessfully tried to get a comment from Sólrun and Lars Løkke Rasmussen.
to Ekstra Bladet says Kent Christensen, who along with his wife stands behind Make Travel, to the agreement between you and Sólrun Rasmussen has been on the talk for a long time.
- There has been a year-long dialogue, but it has taken off the last couple of months, it sounds.
Kent Christensen tells that it is ’common contacts’, which has established the connection between the parties.
- the Aim is to get closer to the things Sólrun think is important to look for aliens. And so must all be seen and heard. Therefore, we have also set a limit of 8-12 participants, says Kent Christensen.
- So it is important for foreigners to eat pancakes at the home of her grandfather and drink coffee with Lars Løkke?
- There must at least be the opportunity to put themselves a little more intimate and talk about resolved and fixed, sounds it.
- Pulls it up in the price, that Lars Løkke is available for a cup of coffee and a chat?
- No, it does not pull up in the price. And it has also not been a part of the original plan, but has come on because he now has a little more space in his calendar, says Kent Christensen.