AVC Graduates 100 Baltic Cruise Specialists

America’s Vacation Center (AVC), a major agency, has graduated over 100 of its Independent Affiliates from its training program for certifying Cruise Baltic specialists. With over 100 new Cruise Baltic graduates in its network, AVC plans to increase its Live Lead marketing efforts for the 10 Baltic countries surrounding the Baltic Sea.

Through America’s Vacation Center University (AVCU), AVC partnered with Cruise Baltic in May 2008 and launched the Cruise Baltic certification program for AVC Independent Affiliates. The extensive program included training on the cultures and unique offerings of the 10 countries and 26 destinations that make up the Baltic region, and provided AVC Independent Affiliates with the knowledge necessary to create custom vacations for travelers interested in cruising the Baltic Sea.

“It has been a pleasure partnering with AVC and their network of Independent Affiliates to educate them on the unparalleled cruising region of the Baltic Sea,” said Bo Larsen, director of Cruise Baltic.

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