American Cruise Lines Hires Two Business Development Managers

Rendering of the new American Constitution from American Cruise Lines

American Cruise Lines has announced that Andy Magistrale and Cindy Christen have joined the company’s sales team as Business Development Managers for the Southeast and Northwest regions, as well as California and Arizona. American Cruise Lines will increase the size of its Outside Sales Department with the two hires. Both Magistrale and Christen will be responsible for developing new sales strategies and cruise programs for American Cruise Line’s travel agent partners coast-to-coast.

Andy Magistrale has over 30 years of experience in Business Management and Sales in the domestic and international travel industry. He has worked for several luxury cruise lines and took part in driving revenue growth and developing strategic marketing tools for travel agents across the country.

Cindy Christen also began her career over 30 years ago. She has experience in Business Development for luxury brands in both European and domestic river cruising. She has a record of implementing training plans designed to maximize sales results and raise brand awareness.

American Cruise Lines operates a fleet of 10 paddle wheeler ships, small coastal cruise ships, riverboats. With over 35 itineraries to 25 states, the Line cruises along the rivers, as well as the coastal and inland waterways of New England, Alaska, the Pacific Northwest, the Mississippi River system, and the Southeast.

The cruise line has recently expanded its 2018 and 2019 offerings with new destinations, themed voyages, and extra itineraries. American Cruise Line’s ship, American Constellation, now offers three round-trip itineraries in Puget Sound for 2018 with outdoor excursions, guided tours, and visits to nearby landmarks.

For more, visit www.americancruiselines.com.

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